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Digital page images are linked to the text file. fitS- hj rftr mrr nrti mTfiTir fBI km m f Hi HP r B v- Imtturiuim FRIDAY JULY 26 1895 IF ITvlS NEW AND TRUE HAS IT v L It HOPKINSVILLE KY H- v MX 50 DEAD lIA Opportunisms MCOMEANPGO j lREAM OF NEWS THE PRESS CONVENTION WATERW0HES AT LAST A THIS COLUMN Preparations Startec For the September T THIS TIME IT LOOKS LIKE Meeting SURE 1 VknlMmnM 17M1t In M lthala A 1 rnntnlrlrlo ANDSPibb f Mill Trlnn lloilW ltn fcfc Sold Many Parties Around Oracey Many Itcmi of Interest it iU f L Gkacet THe Wonderful BAJRGAXEFS V v ibjii We are Now Offering InOXTE lit a -- w i a nr- - n v Priee Sail J T V lb v ARE GOING GOING young ladies from Hopkinsville have been spending a week or ten days at Mr J J Gaines as the guests of Mrs Clarence Blakemore and they have been given a ceaseless round of gayety auu vujujmeui nimusb every nigni there have been receptions tendered them at the hospitable homes of the neighbors Entertainments have been given iin their honor at Mr J J Roachs jMr Jno W Williams Mr E E Washs Mr H H Bryants Mr Lee Hills Mr Jno J Gaines and at The latter fRevA W Meachams tbok place on last evening and was one of the pleasantest of the series Las well as one of the most largely at- Â¬ Gay Tlmecat Gracey Kt July 24 Six tended v NDSHORTLY WILL BE GONE r Si T 5 TODBSO OfTfer ins Our Summer Clearance Sale is still going on and we are selling at a Great Sacrifice our handsome line 60 ii rr mmtmnrntmntnnmrntmttnm Grreat If you want G oods Dres G oods Summer These goods are going at cost and you will never have such another opportunity to Frencli Ghinghams Novelty Wool Patterns buy x Remember we have the best stock in town and offer bargains impossible to duplicate Carpets Mattings or Rusts duuuiuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuu AS CHEAP AS Well just come and see how cheap they are RIOHARDS CO Following is a list of youn ladies present Misses Nettie Edmunds Flor Gunn Bessie Russell Cammie Russell Mary Herndon Annie Gaines Belle Edmunds and Lucy Edmunds of Hopkinsville Ethel Allen and Bobbie Baynham of Cadiz Ethel Wadlington and Lillie Watsou of Montgomerv Pearl Brvant Daisv Stanfield Willie Cullom and Mollie Campbell of Gracey Annie May Reynolds and Fannie Lou Reynolds of near Hopkinsville Katie Crumes of Wichita Kan and Cornelia Blake ly of Earlington Young gentlemen were present from Hopkinsville Ca- Â¬ diz Montgomery Gracey and other points and the evening was greatly enjoyed in spite of the inclemency of the weather which made it necessary for the guests to abandon the bril liantly lighted lawn to escape a shower of rain Refreshments were served about 11 oclock The leave taking occurred shortly before mid Â¬ night On Thursday night the visit orBin the neighborhood will be lu tertained at Mrs Jno A Steeles on Friday nieht at Mr Jno S Gaines anjionSaturday night the weeka festivities will close with a reception at Mr John F Clurdys It is unnecessary to add that each of these entertainments will be a delightful affair The Hopkinsville young ladies will return home the first of next week L Ilrikeniau Killed HAENESS SADDLES BRIDLES just to suit you Every thing you can need we have V Jf1r An elegant iine of Summer Lap RobeB opened now B JL Yost FURNISHING loooooQfSS eS9oo6DID Go GOODS 5 N brake Courtney Slack an L man on this division fell under the cars at Guthrie about 2 oclock a m Wednesday and was instantly killed Slack had just made a coupling and in attempting to get aboard slipped and fell under the cars The wheels passed over his head crushing it in to an unrecognizable mass breaking One arm and frightfully mangling He was dragged one of his legs two car lengths before the train could be stopped and when found was ly ing in a heap under the tracks quite Slack had been railroading dead for several years and had been in the i tor about a employ of the L year He had the reputation of be The uning a good railroad man fortunate man was 23 years old and lived with a married sister in Madi sonville He formerly lived in the west and his mother now lives near Kansas City Mo The remains were prepared for burial soon after the fatal accident and were taken to Madisonville on the morning train Another Killing Cadiz 22 In Trigg HE SALE on Bolton Shoes at 1 will continue Get the Goods 50 CENT PANTS ALL WOOL Ijl one week from this date owing to the factthat some of oury custo mers and friends have not had the opportunity to W- THOSE all wool Boys Pants worth 125 that we sell at 50c are going like hot cakes but the shipment was stupendous andv we can 0D- Supply You for a Few Days Wilber Clark Kt JuIt and George Harold had a difficulty on the 21st at Joiners chapel in the southern part of the county and Har old was shot twice by Clark from which shots he died this morning at 8 oclock The difficulty grew out of the seduction of Clarks sister Clark came to town last night ana gave himself up and Judge Bingham fixed his bond at 750 which he gave The Rhodes trial which was set for to day did not come up on account of the absence of witnesses BOYS SUITS O W 0Q v v 250 suits go for 165 ALL go at a sacrifice Any S3 suit at 2 and 5 suits go for o We guarantee tnese goods to be fast colors and all wool Such bargains are rare If you need clothes for the boys this is an opportunity you cannot afford to miss I V Io X td tflno Market this Week o QIIIWIMirD I VI I VI Ui I X IIMnPRWFAR k l bl 1 T I WE want to close all Summer Underwear At actual cost Bhe goes Neckwear ALL this line must be closed A nice selection at closing out prices k WE will sell you an unlandried shirt The Stronghold at 50c made for us in case lots Regardless of price it is the best garment on he market No one dollar Bhirt is as good v ALL LADIES OXFORDS WILL BE CUT DOWN FOR THIS SALE Our tobacco market this week was active on all grades the fact being especially noticeable on the finer kinds Offerings amounted to about 800 hogsheads and sales ran up nearly to that amount Receipts are still very heavy and will likely continue along the same line for some weeks yet Elsewhere in this issue we publish the sales by some of the warehouses and in our next issue the balance of the sales made for the week will appear Snooting Near Guthrie PETREE OTHlNG W S- - CO shooting affray which will likely result in the death of one of the par- Â¬ ticipants occurred near Guthrie Sun day Joe Davidson and Will Upshire both colored quarreled and fought over a woman resulting in Upshire shooting Davidson The wound is thought to be fatal Upshire bas not been captured but is in hiding near the State line A j The newspaper men of the city held a meeting this week and organ The Contract will Carry With It al9SftO ized for the work of arranging for the Forfeit 81000 Already Up ThoDeai to Be Closed Ang O Samnel B BuHockiOC coming press meeting Sept 234 New York the Man The following local executive com mittee was chosen which will have After six weeks of earnest endbavoj the authority to appoint other com Â¬ thecity council has at last settled Â¬ mittees and make all necessary arrangements Chas M Meacham of the waterworks question by accepting the Kuntbckian Walker Wood of the proposition of Samuel R Bul-Â¬ the New Era T L Metcalfe of the lock of New York Independent and J L Edmundson Profiting by its experience with of the Joanner JoneB and Bailey and Martin andc The local program will be some Starr who one after the other have thing like this The editors will be expected to ar figured and flunked the council rive on the Monday trains arriving at 6ome weeks ago passed an ordinances 5 a m 952 a m and 11 a m and requiring a forfeit of 1000 to ac- Â¬ 2 508 a m 10 p in and 1025 p m company every bid and an additional The first feature of the meeting will be thfl citizens reception and opening forfeit of 4000 to be put up when a ball at Hotel Latham Monday night contract wbb signed For sometime Sept 23 This will be in progress there have been two partiea negotiar when the late trains arrive ting for the franchise On the following morning Tues Samuel R Bullock of New York associ- Â¬ day Sept 24 at 930 a m the will be formally welcomed to and Wilkerson Smallhouser ofJ ation the city in appropriate addresses Bowling Green have been pushing responded to by President Nail and their claims for a contract Tuesdayother representatives oi tne associa- Â¬ night the council met and opened tion Following these exercises there Bullock wanted 4200 will be a business session till 12 their bids oclock for 80 hydrants and 8f miles of pipe In the afternoon there will be and Wilkerson wanted 4000 for the sight seeing excursions over the city same to points of interest including a visit The council considered both prop Â¬ to the Asylum press banquet will be ositions too high and so both men At night the given probably at Moayons hall withdrew their bids and Wilkersoat which is the ouly room in the city ca- left for home Bullock stayed a day pable of seating all the crowd of say 300 people at one time The details longer and Wednesday night submit- Â¬ of the banquet have of course not yet ted an amended proposition which waB unanimously accepted Its terms been arranged The executive committee will hold are briefly as follows The franchise is for twenty years a meeting at the city court room at 8 oclock this evening and the follow Â¬ but the contiact is for one yar only ing gentlemen representing the busi- to conform to the constitution Iifi ness interests of the city are invited understood however that it will be and requested to attend and lend renewed annually for at least fixe their co operation in formulating the years The city is to get one hundred fij various committees and beginning the active preparations for this impor- drants and nine and a half miles of tant event which will do more to ad- pipe 6 8 10 and 12 inches foe vertise our prosperous city than any 4000 payable semi annually It will be built on the standnfrjR gathering ever held in the city C M Latham T M Jones E B Bas system ami me water will be taken sett J T Wall J H Anderson J from Little River a mile or mores H Kugler Bailey Richards M C above the citv The plant will be supplied witls Forbes H H Abernathy Geo E Gary F L Ellis F W Dabney two one milPon gallon pumps oPthe Sam Frankel Harry Hopper Jno B iuujbiJ f lmproveaiw patterns xne pip Â¬ Galbreatb W A Wilgus H W ing will have gate attachments fosr Tibbs R C Hardwick Alex Cox C closing any or all of the mains The franchise will be advertised afc A Cosby Jno R Kitchen R E Cooper Bailey Waller Thos W once for ten days and the contract Long S W Taliaferro C K Wyly signed Aug 6 The first forfeit sK 1000 whB put up with the bid audi L L Elgin W T Tandy J D Rus4000 more will go up wien theccn sell Jno Y Owsley Dr T W Blakey John Moayon E M Flack tract is signed Bullock has tmiilfc A H Anderson R H Holland Dr the 29th inst to take exceptions to the James Rodman and such other contract but this is not likely to be-men done as he was present and entered business and citizens as feel an interest in the success of into a verbal contract He proposes- to begin work by Aug 10 and finislia the coming meeting The association will perhaps bring as early as possible 150 to 200 newspaper men and ladies The limit is six months whicri of their families to the city They would require the terms of the pro- Â¬ will be here from Monday until posed contract to be complied with Wednesday The association will by Feb 6 or the 5000 would belong leave in a body on the morning of to the city Mr Jno B Crawley chief engineer the 25th for Atlanta to visit the expo who has been with ftlr Bullock foe sition Hopkinsville will be expected to twelve years is in the city and has entertain them in a proper manner already taken charge of the work The editors stop at the hotels and The pipe has been ordered and there Mr Bullock hasj pay their own bills and whatever the will be no delay citizens do to entertain them will be put in twenty three waterworks planter entirely voluntary Our people we including those at Paducah Ky andi are sure will sustain Hopkinsvilles Jeffersonville aud Vincennes Ind reputation for hospitality and every The prospects for waterworks row effort will be made to make the ball 6eem bright for once and the busi Â¬ ness basis upon which the proposed and banquet brilliant affairs contract will be made ought to insureBig Mill sale a bona fide effort to carry it out The large flouring mill of Mr B B is estimated that the plant will cost Nance at Pee Dee has been sold to from 560000 to 75000 New ma Binns Bros for 515000 RussellYllle Sinn Mlcsing chinery has recently been put in and Columbus O special to the CinÂ¬ the property has been otnerwise im proved and is a valuable plant One cinnati Enquirer says Mack LeeB oS of the present owners of the mill was Ru6sellville Ky who has been the at one time a partner of Mr Nance guest here some days of Dr S B Ty Binns Bros will take possession lor at 244 East Rich street is missing Aug 15 from the latter place under peculiax circumstances and the police have lollce Court Matters to look him up Lee The following cases were disposed been notified suffered a sunstroke last Wednesday of in the police court by City Judge which has unbalanced his mind It 8 anbery since our last report Jane was Saturday when he disappeared Fox col using obscene language and a note was found to have been fined S5 ahd costs Catharine Pendle left in the doctors office by Lee stat Â¬ ton col breach of peace fined 10 ing that he was going to his old Ken- Â¬ and costs three plain drunks fined tucky home It was also ascertained that just before leaving he took ten S5 and costs in each case grains of morphine and it is feared Crushed by the Cara that he intended suicide The police notified to look him up Mitchell Jackson a colored O V have been He is a young man well known in his brakeman was caught between bum- section of the country pers while coupling cars near Hen Alt Trains Delayed derson Tuesday and badly injured Several ribs were broken and he was For several days all South boun otherwise hurt internally and the trains from Louisville have been run chances are that he will die ning from four to five hours late The N tunnel onj Main cause is that the L Some members of the North street Baptist church at Lawrence the Cincinnati short line at Canm- burg threatened to withdraw because bellsburg Ky is burning and all trains the church waB given over to colored cinSiatihave to come 6011th from Ciatr via Lexington It is thoughts Baptists for all three 3eryices Sunday that trains will run on schedule tune Mrs WS Dauley ayoungOwens after thin wekt boro mother was badly injured by Rose Garden killed Mary Sullivan her baby While playing with the finger in its and Lizzie Brown at Corbin Pjim- xlittle one it stuck its mothers eye and she may lose- her od by a mob she gave herself up th authorities vision 1 THIN- G- ll It jj A1 tfv i t wrawiflm A r -- J T fr y- 1 INEW JBEITISH MINISTRY 6 jA yWiyyjv yi 3 pmmmm n fawtAftetsstiqmm w iv rtf T- rTT p i owraB HGPKINSVILLE KENTTTCKIAN nam flrst appeared in print althof U he has been flattered aud humored by the great men of many nations He is the cleverest debater in tho houso of comnionsj a student of occult philos j ophy and comparative theology and a confirmed bachelor Americans who have met him praise his gentlemanly demeanor under which however ho hides an unlimited amount of class prejudice and traditional pride He is a nephew of Lord Salisbury who sdmo English writers assert would like to see him his successor as head of tho conservative party Balfour and Joseph Chamberlain the latter secretary of state for the colonles on accepting office reproached the Rosebery government for not dis- solving parliament instead of resigning Mr Chamberlain in his address added The unionist leaders have absolutely agreed that the wild projects for constitutional change and destructive leg- Â¬ islation which formed the staple pro- posals of the last two administrations shall bo laid aside The unionists will devote their principal attention to a policy of constructive social reform and at the same time will maintain the full efficiency of the defensive resources of the empire Chamberlain is the shrewdest mem ber of the Sallsburymlnistry He la not quite as scholarly1 msBalfpuri but what ho does not know about the ways of politicians and their trickri Is not worth knowing Not so many years ago he was next to Gladstone the most influential man- in the liberal party and looked upon as the coming leader of the forces collected by the ven- Â¬ erable sage of Hawarden His radical tendencies frightened Gladstone however and he was relegated at a time when hLs prospects seemed brightest ir i V V A9i-i18 Strong1 Ability and Experience Combination of Real SaUabaryi Return to Power V Not Surprise Fecullarly unfortunate uon- --Tho Unionist rrogramme i Tha passing away of tho Rosebery ministry In Great Britain was not a surprise to anyone For months tho liberal party had remained in power by igraceofthe opposition whose leaders kid not care to assume the responsibility qf the government as long as the liber al platform stood tho faintest show of success at tho polls The defeat of the government in the houso of commons jwhlchled to the retirement of Lord lEosebery and his colleagues was a trick ipure and simple worthy of Joseph jOhambcrlain tho tory Maehiavel Tho Iconscrvatives protend that they did not wish to oust their opponents at the Written for This Paper ever which is perfectly authontic is characteristic of tho man On one oc- Â¬ casion he was much annoyed by three young men who persisted in wearing their hats He appeared for tho time not to notico them but proceeded to Itcll his audience of a visit ho had paid rto a Jewish synagogue WnenI en- tered no said I took off my hat but Was informed that the great mark of respect was to keep it on I did sor though I can assure you I felt very strange wearing my hat In a place ox worship And now as I paid this mark of respect to tiij synagogue may I ask those three Jewan the gallery to con- Â¬ form equally wjlUour rulesr and kind- Â¬ ly uncovar their heads The men col- Â¬ lapsed TO BE IN GOOD SOCIETY Culture and Refinement to Over Mirth nnd Rank High moral character and education whether it b of book loro or that of observation and good example polish of manner and good habits axe the requisites of good society One whose ideas of social equality were rather democratic than exclusive says tho Philadelphia Press was heard to re- Â¬ mark One man is born just as good as another and a great deal better than Unless- the son of a gentleman some be a gentleman he is no more- entitled ii to the name suggesting refinement than a man is entitled to the nmo of yeneral whose father before him was a 4Uare-Precedenc- e ff - WIT OF GREAT MEN DeaconsQcld aad Spurjroon Were Iloth Liberally Endowed The prompt wit of the late Lord Bcaconsfield is well known On ono occasion when ho was a member for Bucks ho presided at tho annual din ner of tho county agricultural society at Aylesbury Among tho company satfs tho New York Post was a farmer iu the neighborhood a son of the Em erald Isle and a red hot radical Tho Mr commencement of Disraelis speeches was frequently characterized by an almost painful hesitation and on this occasion the faltering was oven moro noticeablo than usual but the restless eyes wero very bright and tho master of fence was ready with parry or point Speak up cried the Irish Ho had fallen man got on faster into tho trap Wait my friend said tho member it takes some tirao to Many bring my ideas down to yours anecdotes more or loss apocryphal have been current as to tho wit of tho late Rev 0 H Spurgeon One howÂ¬ Twenty Years Proof Tutts Liver Pills keep the bowels in natural motion and cleanse the system of all impurities An absolute cure for sickheadache dyspepsia sour stomach con- Â¬ stipation and kindred diseases CLEARANCE SALE OF MILLINERY At Cant do without them R P Smith Chilesburg Va writes I dontknowhow I could do without them I have had Liver disease for over twenty years Am now entirely cured will pay you to call before buying elsewhere to conyinee you that wenh we say WE MEAN THE LEADER It IT 5 Tutts Liver Pills 10 Hats now rV I ARTHUR JAME8 BALFOUR l which will be in a few days preparations foe a general election will begin The torles and unionists under the leadership of Salisbury and Balfour for the first timein some years will bo ble to present a solid front The liberals on the other hand are disor Â¬ ganized and divided into so many factions that nothing short of a miracle can unite them Gladstone cannot be relied upon to restoro harmony The grand old man is not only out of politics but has returned to the ad- vocaoy of many policies especially dear to conservative seutiment He can in mo sense whatever be considered a Header by the managers of the impending campaign although ho still clings to the Irish homo rule doctrine laid tlown by him at the beginning of the ipresent session of parliament and this devotion may causo a number of Irish members to identify themselves with ithe liberals in spite of the chargo made by thousands of Irishmen that Lord Rosebery and Sir William Vernon IHarcourt tho liberal leader in the house did nothing to promote the home prulo cause In short Irish support of liberal candidates will be based alto- Â¬ gether on sentiment on admiration of a man whose days on earth are num- Â¬ bered And such support it will bo conceded cannot be counted upon in Ahe hour of need The liberal party although it pre- Â¬ tends to represent progressive Great Britain has done very little during the parliamentary session now drawing to a close which would entitle it to a vote It was pledged to give of confidence Ihomo rule to Ireland to ameliorate the condition of English workingmen and to jnbolish the tithe system in certain parts of tho United Kingdom An Irish home irule LIU was passed by the house of com Onons but ignominiously defeated in Instead of acceprthe house of lords ting this defeat in a manly spirit and passing other laws for the political relief Jpf Ireland the party leaders in the face lot protests from both of the Irish factions virtually abandoned the cause on tho strength of which Gladstone had Itaken a successful appeal to the country And when the Welsh tithing bill came up for discussion Mr Glad sione published a card in which he assailed the liberal policy and gave expression to arguments which are now Ibfeingused with great effect by tory newspapers and conservative stump present time but Lord Salisburys xeady acceptance of tho premiership in- Â¬ dicates that the party is in excellent Condition to go before the country As soon as parliament adjourns Chamberlain never forgot the affront and remembered it at a time when Gladstone needed him most and united himself with the unionists when the liberals began to advocate home rule for Ireland Since then he has become a devoted tory and it is possible that he will combat with Balfour for the honor of becoming leader of the house in case of conservative success at the election Mr Chamberlain has visited the United States several times his wife being the daughter Qf ono of the oldest New England families The new president of the council the duke of Devonshire is better known to Americans as tho marquis of Hunting Â¬ ton Like Chamberlain he is a distinguished ex liberal In 1875 when Mr Gladstone announced his intention of giving up the party leadership he was chosen leader inthe house of commons In 1880 Queen Victoria after the fall of the conservatives invited him to form means so much more than rvou imagine serkmsandl fatal diseases result froml trifling ailments neglscted Dont play with Natures Kivavujt 2111 1 In Poor Health livaiuik- yiH0yiiiv v 8 32 7 Hats now Hats now Hats now 3J S 1 T JttfSZ Also all other goods store at less than COsrSsg1 make room tor intdiig iJfr HuV r FALL GOODS I See Us Try Us ii Browns I Iron Rtf f arc Dvsessia- NeuraJglo ttles cure benefit comes frortn the very first doae it Die strengtnemng medlcinevrhich is Browns Iron Bit ters A lew Do- Â¬ If vm n f In c out of sorts weak olid generally ex hausted nervous Slave no pijciiic and cant work becin at oncetak- ingthemostrelia- - J Mme Fleurette Levy Mgr a tii It Cures Itttk aud nt s pleasant to take i wont stain your PlKBC SajilorsI 4 ftut 1be JPaJlGQ At prices from lOo to receiving all the latest THE DUKE OF DEVONSHIRE general One mnst win his owns laurels or go uncrowned Birth to a marked degree Is an accident and those who are consiUered to be well bom are oftentimes the most objectionable- elements of sociaty and the most dangerous associates One need but watch closely tho dally record of those on both sides of tho Atlantic whose birth gives then prestige in so cioty to prove that education and cul- Â¬ tivation of high morals go further to- ward making refined society than all tlio good or bluq blood thlit everflowed through the veins jof royalty andithono bility Of course It would bo theheight of absurdity to argue that all men are born equal and would bo as illogical to argue against the superiority of blood- Â¬ ed animals of the race course over the ordinary draft horse However the nobility of culture and refinement should have precedence over the nobil itj of birth andrank Kidnv and Lliker Troubles SljapesI Sailor You waat them Constipation Bad Blood Nervous ailments Malaria Womens complaints owJV the genuine it re hGet on tro wraDDer All has crossed suh others are stitutes On receiDt of two ac stamos we H will semS set of Ten Beautiful World- Fair Vltw and book freeB ROWM chem ical cov BACTjMOPE MD i II j i Ihavthem norelties 2J0 all colors I am daily She Palace Leads in Styles Trimmed Hata from 25c to 560 Ribbons Laces Silks Velvets PlovversHajr Ornaments Ladies Vestsr Gloves Silk Floss Stamped Goods CorsetsHos iery Also a full line ofiButterick Patterns TftAT R3ftB01Attil rYiiSTE mouth indicates in your i MRS ADA LAYNE CORNElt 9TH MAIN TERMSGASH Bile and shows thafe your bloods wrong NEATS SARSAPARILLA Sick-Headac- liberal cabinet but he declined in When the lat Â¬ favor of Mr Gladstone ter espoused the cause of Irish home rule in 18S0 the marquis identified him- Â¬ self with the unionist tory coalition but would not accept office under Lord Since coming into posses Salisbury sion of the Devonshire dukedom the former liberal leader has degenerated or developed take your choice of terms into a tory with decidedly reactionary a speakers Lord Salisbury has shown great wis dom in the selection of his official ad- - IS joseih cnAMDEnrAnr risers He is a firm believer in disci pline experience having taught him that no ministry can maintain itself for any length of time unless dominated by one master mind nence whatever the tory unionlst coalition men under Â¬ take will bo dictated by the premier and liis commands will be ably executed by his lieutenants all of whom aryo ardent partisans and fairly patri Â¬ otic Englishmen Next to Salisbury in influence will be Arthur James Balfour first lord of the treasury Ho is not only one of the brainiest but also ono of the youngest leaders in English politics Born in 18 18 he was made president of the local government board as long ago as 1883 w Jn 1S80 he waa appointed secretary for pcotiand a year later pecame secretary SV for Ireland and in October 1891j was yf toa first lord of the treasury and commons Sucf rtli3 of the house ofhU head He ia ciiVhJ not turned I Mulkaeltung miM m modwt to day a r it whU AN ATTRACTIVE HAT will set yonr blood right andl A Forgetful Trencher Did Not Removethe Trapping- Fnpnr care your Dyspepsia A distinguished preacher of some- Â¬ Nervousness Aches and what arbitrary manners was- ejipaged to preach in Belgravia and purchased Pains jone you up all over Try a new hat for the occasion says Pear one bottle and be sure to asfc sons Weekly lie wasmct outside his for Neats residence by a young man who was to guide him to tho church Uis guide after what tho parson thought a rude tendencies I beg your par- Â¬ Another ex liberal who has accepted staro and smile said Ueata Barsaporilla is for sola by office under Salisbury is George J don sir buf your hatM Oh yesl never mind the hat but R C Hardwick druggist Goschen first lord of the admiralty In the parson the former conservative cabinet Mr mind your own business Goschen was chancellor of tho ex- interrupted curUy and the young man Tt CrpvpjiMinmThe people they met chequer In 1871 he was one of Glad- was silenced WAYNES laB stones closest friends and acted as lord stared and smiled too S yir OINTMENT Strange how many people notice of the admiralty In the home rule A r wiUient my Btemr campaign of 1S0 however he left tho when one has got a new hat thought mftoiemi nni Mt M7ecMauiten au liberal party and became the brains of the parson Tho church was reached motions on in fM V VtV2Ki hinda sol ko lTtaK Mr Go and tho worshipers approaching natu the liberal unionist faction it nin elur nhiu inihodtb schen is reputed to be one of the fore- rally txirned to observe the noted ftMAfc rdrtiflitUbr Mot bT mill for0U ddrtu Db most financiers of Europe his principal preacher Sold by R C HARDWIGKachievalncnt being the satisfactory adThe vicar met him at tho vestry doozv justment of the Egyptian national debt to welcome himi but hesitating Said Pardon me canon but pray why do MOST IN QUANTITY in 1870 As a diplomat he was also BEST IN QUAIITV waam mm f aetv tam 3 mm V quite successful securing while am- you wear your hat go Tho tile was doffocl and the outside 1880 the consent bassador to Turkey in of tho sultan to the frontier line be found to be still covered wiUi whito ween Turkey and Greece existing at paper which thi absent minded divine had not retrioved the present time Tho other gentlemen composing the Two Eloquent Ilnnters Salisbury ministry have had ample ex- Â¬ WHITES CREAM Maj Champion in his book On the perience in public life but it is hardly necessary to mention their names and Frontier describes a deer hunt in tho achievements excepting perhaps a ref course of which ho found his dog YEARS FOR erenco to Sir Michael Jlicks Beach the astride the dead hidy of tho deer while an Indian stood a Uttle way off Hasied all WORM Remedies EVERY BOTTLE GUARANTEED bow and arrow in hand By signs he whose fame is international SOM BfAIL BUTJGOISTS The marquis of Salisbury has as- Â¬ made tho white man updorstand that Trtpr4 br aiClURDSOy 9IKIHG1NK CO ST 10118 sumed the portfolio of secretary of he had wounded the deer and the dog pulled it down Then he cut up the state for foreign affairs to tho great satisfaction of every court in Europe deer tied the forehalf - of it up in the He is recognized as a power in inter skin and placed it on- one side Tho national politics and his utterances re- other half he laid at Maj Champons ceive far more attention than did the feet delivering himself of a speech in the Uto language The white man un Â¬ correspondence of his predecessor derstood his moaning but not a word Lord Kimborlcy For some reason the BU9K EYE liberal party has always been weak in of his address Tho Indian and the conducting international disputes a dog had kiUed tho deer together and shortcoming which has several times the dogs owner was entitled to half the game The major was equal to the led to its downfall Ho rose and delivered iu emergency O W Weippiert CUBES HOTHING BUT PILES My full tho classical declamation A Fair Exchange name is Norval with appropriate ges- Â¬ A 8URE and CERTAIN CUPE Kullack the famous pianist wan ture just as ho had many times given known for 15 vearasthe once Invited to dinner by a wealthy it at school Nothing could have peon BEST REMEPYfor PILES Berliner who was the owner of a large better The Indian and tho white man oiJn AtuotmrGGisTS boot manufactory and had been a shoe- Â¬ shook hands with effusion and each 2TL0OI3 i PrsBts4crEIcaASt0ir iIC in his time After tho repast with His share of the yenison rodo maker Â¬ Kullack was requested to play some away Bnra Prompt Fonn Not long thing and he consented Insects on the Track Oura for Intpottnci Lota af torward the virtuoso invited the boot Stmlnat of Manhood In Russian Turkestan a train was re Â¬ manufacturer and after dinner handed tirtlttlontl 8prmatenhta cently stopped by caterpillars Tho in Â¬ Nisraoutntti StlfOlitrutt What am I to him a pair of old boots Will Loss of itHmeruJke do with these inquired the rich man sects were crossing the track when tho maJituouaSTfONO Vigor Â¬ ous Man Prlt 91 Q0 8 Kullack replied cars struck them crushing them into With 8s genial smile Boxit 6 00 Why the other day you asked me an oily paste which made the rails and aptclatDlravtlons Mallti to make a little music for wheels so slippery that another loco ultM taeh Bo after dinner Aidnst motive waa required to move the train you and now I ask you to mond these itUKieitvtalawito Tba samo thing happened in Kansas astLuaAvib boots for ma Eaoh to his trade We nxwlil Euippors ot doiu green ana anea appies in irre- siaie ana gox me ruffiiesc marKet prices All we ask Is a trial shloment to Drove theso- facts Stencils sent free on anolicatlan Write ns for further information and ship yonr poods to neadnturtecs We handle any GREEN APPLES DRIED theAPPLESand largest receivers are the largest exporters of dried lruitht the and imngiruie gram or proauce line axncxiy go cwamiisian HERNDON CARTER CO incofifoftco Louisville Ky itb i raK0 1 Kf li7r H IFKb M y- - f IV JSmr if w mf I s mxk WORMS 1000000 and 3 FOOT BOARDS i AT J vermifuge 20 TftBLERSOII V 01NT1ENT nt I lllll CO STUMP PRICE PHONE 98 I H DAG IS yii tr iJ ti s j r O- - 1 Ti X during the last locust Invasion i TVOUW ca UO X r 10 V lifyl Afe mw TV a tf I jj T 4TMw vrfygMff fC ram rvt m H0PXNV1LLE KENTUCKIAJST y The i3SSKSM ViBSfcIKClM WIND wm-iw- UPfct Of the Seasons Business exrtlxirxg Is fro V XsTpTKrtpOornrnerice- This is no Yri5oY4oola ftf rT 1i Ji Crvry--r-vneGl-IElJe- V toe T uxried into Osisib 1037- SeptemToex 1 st nPVio nflioT marnhflTltR fhnldnt Rfill hnt QT1 1hnTiOB eonrifino rvf itqIiioc tn nnnwavf r tv u u vu a juvxo ljl buuuuj VCUO iu uu1 uuuoo auu HlBrOliallUiaoiilU UttSlL rdGIlbr LHaii CfctiTV ll UVUi uv auutUDAoyuw whetihrfyoli buy our 6 00 or our 2500 suit you get nonesx vame in ow nere is wnat we propose to ao f MWW n 7S idt Se lLFKHf7 iTOHBBRt MMjy v m ry i i h v J j Vv rfai- iwct r T 3 ULYl V N rf J 1i Jfr 27th MENS Odd Pants AW ar f i arid W 5x1011x1 uw SepternToex 1 st P h jj1 rl 1 Miwe wiir sell any goods in our house nf I Yl no matter what kind light or heavy weight at fTW v i--v ONE HALF PRICE To read these prices means to buy to buy means a saving to you of 50c on Every Dollar MENS en a o u Clothing S3 P en P BOYSpo Clothing j o sh en liaRS kLF iswa r6up COMPETITORS Willi talk yourarms off telling yott how we do It But That Dont Matter Just so we do it- BOYS Odd Pants o o o P Bay yourFMrnlshlkBSprUS before stnrt- inc on jour sumtner trip CHILERENS CHILDS u 3 Clothing m gK A Knee Pants i Prcachine wont do any good unless you have the PRICES VTE tWYe them The Pen tells of what The Knife Sf5f2 iU JrvsLW A has done RtAU THE PRICES Then dome and Hats S500 Stetson hats for 300 hats will be 250 hats will be 200 bats will be 150 batBwill be 100 hats will be 75 hats will be 50 hats will be 500 Knox stiff hats 400 Knox stiff hats 800 stiff hats for 250 stiff hats for 200 Btiff hats for 150 stiff hats for All are this seasons goods no styles h A Message that will Interest Everybody Be gSSACC -500 600 650 750 1000 1250 1500 1800 2000 2250 V Our PRICES Bring tlie List With YouFurnishings 250 150 125 50c Drill Drawers 100 Scrivens 25c 50c 63c 13c 18c sure it to Read Mens Clothing suits suits suits suits suits Buits Buits will will will will will will will will will will Pants drawers 600 500 400 300 200 150 125 100 Gloves pants will be pants will pants will pants will pants will pants will pants will pants will be be be be suits ButB Boys Clothing 500 600 750 1000 1250 1500 1600 1750 2000 4r suits v be be be be be be be be be be 5 325 375 500 625 300 250 100 75 50 38 25 125 SeivenB drawers suspenders for suspenders for suspenuers tor collars for collars for cuffs for fast blnck Sox fast black and tan sox for 25c faBt black and tan sox for 20c fast black and tan sox for 50c ties all styles 25c ties all styles 25c 35c 40c 50c 7oc 20c 15c 25c 40c 85c BUBpenders for BUBpenders for 300 250 200 150 100 75 65 50 2O0 gloves for S 150 gloves for 100 gloves for 75 gloves for 100 75 50 38- 25- - 900 1000 1125 750 be be be 50 gloves for 40 gloves for 25 gloves for 20 1 20c 25c 250 2 00 38c 10c 8c 13c 150 1 25 400 boys pants 300 boys pants 200 boys pants 150 100 boys pants boys pants 200 150 100 75 Furnishings S 400 suits will be 5 y suits will be suits will be suits will be euitB will be suits will be suits will be Buits will be Buits will be suits will be 200 300 250 100 75 t 50 20c 18c 13c 10c 25c 18c old Blue Cotton Pants 875 500 625 750 800 875 1000 Ghildrens Caps worth 50 and for 10c 2 Dozen 2c 1 200 Negligee shirts 8 lOO 150 Negligee shirts 75 125 Negligee shirts 65 75 Negligee shirts 38 50 Negligee shirts 25 150 col lnd shirts 75 25 col 300 wht lnd shirts lnd Bhirts 63- - 75c yll j Trunks 750 600 500 450 400 300 250 200 150 I50whtlndshirts 125 wht lnd 1 00 wht lnd 75 wht lnd 50 wht lnd 75 65 50 40 35 col col coK col col lOO Childrens Clothing suits wUUie suits will be iiOO suits willbe 50 suits- will be SOO Ef50 3iQzeh Pants 900 euitB will be 250 suits will be S 100 Childrens Cloth Hats worth 50c now on sale at 10c oi tot Last SO and 25 Ties seasons goods for 2c Jr rffc f no frtiits SttfBuitswillbe will be 6l50BuitBwillbe 700 suits will be 160 Winter Weight Suits at same prices Caps 50cyacht caps for 25cTachtcaps for 50oboyscapB for 25o boys caps for 100 slk bfcycle cap for 50c bicycle cap for zoc Dicycie cap ior j 25c 18c 25c 18o 7Qitpwillbe 125 Ij50 175 200 225 250 250 250 250 ABO 100 brown overalls 75 brown overalls 85 blue overalls 50 blue overalls 50 blue jumpers 50 brown jumpers 50 check jumpers 150 knee pants 100 knee pants 75 knee pants 50 knee pants 40 knee pants WE dout handle the cotton pant 50 88 48 25 25 25 25 75 50 38 25 20 i j u w V iAl IWJW Jewelry at Half Price Umbrellas S pure silk garters for t 25c pure silk gar ters for 10c pure silk sleeve holders for 15c pure silk sleeve holders for 5c cotton Bleevo holders for bUc 25c 13c 5c 8c 3c trunks trunks trunks trunks trunks trunks trunks trunks trunks for for for for for for for for for 375 300 250 225 200 150 125 100 75 Valises S shirts shirts shirts shirts 100 boys Star waist 75 boys Star waiBt 50 boys Star waist 25 boys unl waiBt lnd lnd lnd lnd lnd shirts shirts shirts shirts Bhirts 75 63 50 JBS 33 25 25 38 20 50 IS 38 25 13 5 Handkerchiefs 50c 25c 41 f a 9 wwV v imtHSBmamh iou 50c silk hkcf s 25 white fancy linen 20 white fancy linen 15 white fancy linen 10 white fancy linen 25c 14c 10c 8c 5o 500 silk umbrellas S250 450 silk umbrellas 2 25 400 silk umbrellas 200 1 50 300 silk umbrellas 2 00 silk umbrellas 100 100 Gloria umbrella 50 Mens and boys winter weight suits and Overcoats and winter Un derwear at 750 600 500 400 800 200 150 150 125 100 75 50 40 35 valises for valises for valises for valises for valises for valises for valises for telescopes telescopes telescopes telescdpes telescopes telescopes telescopes 875 300 250 200 150 Underwear S 200undwr suits 150 undwr suits lOOuhdwr suits 250 undwr suits 125 100 50 75 100 75 75 63 50 38 25 Shirts 125 liBle thread shts 75 balbriggan shto 50 balbriggan shts 40 balbriggan shts 25 balbriggan shts 63 38 25 20 18 20 18 Half Price- Pants lefc Only 2 doze a Jeans Drawers 25 drill drawers 85 drill drawers 18 I69c 18 tuna Lv9onfBwiiff V COX 1 MBBB 4 M tf HopgprafffiS ivAVSSEaw 35c MM r v mssm v n iii z opkinstnitt Ssentucluatu WIUSI ICSSM Rt i m IM r r WL If tho new city ordinance of Selma Ala requiring husbands to be snugly housed witli their families every night fi Do not believe r3UBSOEIPTlOK 13 A YEAR IN ADVANCE by 9 applies to summer widowers W reading notices 40 cents per Une Spe per line each Insertion all Looils C cents udvertisemeiits furnished noon out tor another war in that part Bte8srtandlng or tne uontederato confirm Louis Sarsaparilla ia the only true blood purifier a application MWWW f prominently In tho public eye today and Ville Times OFFICE 212 S0UTU MAIN STREET it meets these requirements perfectly This is proved by tho testimony of thou Â¬ The Murray Ledger which reached sands of people Hoods AN0 UNCEMENTj We ak Authorized to announce this city yesterday contained no inti JlDOE THOS J MOU ROW s a candidate for Circuit Judgoot the Third mation of Judge Linns present attiSFcdlelal District subject to the action We have tho tude in the race for judge OomocmUo Convention July o seen no authorized announcement Builds up the nerves by feeding them on 6 thatlhe would oppose therenomination the digestive organs overcomes That Tired 2DEUOCKATIC TICKET of Judge Morrow on the 31st of Feeling by giving vitality to tho blood August If he should decide not to aiid gives sweet refreshing sleep You For Govornor L iJfe run it is likely that Col Burnett may realize that Hoods Sarsaparilla v WAT HARDIN of Mercer Dealers will tell would also withdraw and let Judge ForrLleutenaot Governor -Morrow be declared the nominee you tnat otner oranas iJl TTYiiER of Fulton wmr-- V I1 0- J I without another contest v i cm tc ForTrcasurer this by giving it a fair triaL Insist upon TV l g1lCvFOKD oftClay Hoods and only Hoods f 1 six for f5 AWW V The Cuban patriots are licking the gOOO uui ihc iiiui suw k3i J or Auditor V with ct hrmonlonlT C NORMANof Boone ww Spanish in spite of all the misleading Hnnrlc Dtlfc Hoods 8rapnll 28c i remains that the Celebrated HAPPY HOME garments KTor Register of the Land Office reports that have been sent out There jA ft are the only Hod sold under a guarantee to please you WG B SWANGO of Wolfe This you are aware has been WBGWfd is grave alarm at both Madrid and tstaHfivtf done without the requirement orau jj For Attorney General Harnna and tlin Snanisli nnnora nrn thority of or refund the money patdaor word k theyAlp law jmd therefore upon rww VW W JITENDRICKof Fleming i complaining mat uen uampos is al thejrpersonal responsibility risk of 41 ForSccretary of State tJetter k lowing himself to be outgeneraled by loss bbauk failure etc of the HENRY SHALE of Graves treasurer Gomez the Cuban leader A late reLook Better V ForSuptof Public Instruction The recent did port is that the Spanish have been management the legislature you the 3D PORTER THOMPSON of Owen honor as are Wear Lqnger i defeated in a desperate battle and doubtless aware to compliment the for Commissioner of Agriculture Gen Campos himself wounded ION B NALL of Louisville business methods which have proand COST LESS MONEY duced the foregroinsr result bv incor fsx--sx Railroad Commissioners XIXETCHER DEMPSEY of Hopkins The Louisville Post has made porating them into the law governing an any otner goods in the market and you run abso the conduct of the office after Oct 3 0 H ALEXANDER of Jefferson tho important discovery that the instant authorizing and S3EEN R KELLAR of Nicholas requiring Vs lutely no risk in buying them Hopkinsvillo Kentcckian is a rabid the treasurer to exact bonds of banks ForMaglstra e Pembroke District free silver paper with strong populis- - acting as state depositories which WM LPARKER will in indemnify 1S Co uc renaencies xnis However is cumbentthe futureloss etc bythe in against bank merely the opinion of a sheet that failure thus perpetuating The free silver editors of Missouri the bene- Â¬ Haelda largely attended convention at advocates Republican doctrines while fits to the taxpayers and rendering masquerading as a Democratic organ impossible in the future such a do ASeSalia this week TOBACCO NEWS and whose editorial columns are a falcation in the treasury as is yet Notice has been received at the LIVE STOCK MAKKET headquarters of the Cotton State and standing indictment of the inefficien- fresh in the minds of the people HOPKINSVILLE MABKET Hoke Smith is raiding through To the contrary of going back on International Exposition from the Se- Â¬ Sales of 48- hhds by Hanbery cy of the Louisville Fool Killer We the banks by withdrawing the states Reported by Tatom Embrt Co Georgia with speeches in favor of the jrEECHANTs cretary of Promotion of the Mexican might put it even stronger and be deposits from them during tho re Shryer as follows live stock Commission government that the plans for the BOUBBON STOCK YABD8 r Sherman financial system cruel as well as severe but every- cent stringency in money matters as 9 12 hhds med to good leal S9 70 Mexican exhibit at Atlanta had been 008 007 507 757 60 7 00 680 body knows the Post and it would charged by some of my critics at the 6 207 506 306 00 completed and asking that a very QUOTATIONS - TheJirst issue of the populist pa time the state realized net profit in large amount of space be set aside be a waste of ambier to squirt more interest SI 46093 on aher deposits 22 hhds com leaf 5 90 5 00 5 SO Louisville Ky July 24 Cattle mper Ore New Republic will make its for that purpose The Mexican exhib 5 00 5 00 4 60 4 00 480 4 65 4 50 than once at such a fly Receipts 186 and 107 calves No wth the banks during the three 4 60 5 appearance in Louisville to day 704 50v 5 50 5 50 4 75 4 60 shipments The supply was only it which has been vigorously promo- Â¬ months of the money panic from Ju ted by President Diaz and Other lead- Â¬ MAJ HALES RECORD- ly 1st to Oct 1st 93 while as shown 5 804 504 405 304 20 today the weather very in ing men in Mexican public life will moderate 10 hhds lugs S4 00 to 2 50 Nashville is to have a new free sil- by statements of the banks of the 4 hhds trash lugs 2 00 to 1 50 clement and but few butchers on the be very fine One of the features of rex Democratic daily which will be States Finances Were Never Better state and country to a very consideryards demand light trading slow the Mexican representation will bo Handled Than By Ulni able extent individual depositors called the Sm It will appear Sept Tobacco sales by Abernathy Co prices a shade lower than on Monday the famous Eight Regiment military band which woa sucn fame at tho Maj H S Hale the present State withdrew and hoarded their deposits July 24th of 126 hhds tobacco HTCithJElTO B A Enloe as editor Only a fair clearance made in their stockings or elsewhere during 10 hhds med to good leaf 11 00 - New Orleans Cotton Exposition of Treasurer who is a candidate for said period Hogs Keceipts yii jno snipLouisville Times 11 00 10 259 60 9 60 9 008 75 8 75 ments Market opened best medium 1884 The Mexican Village which seems that Baby Clevelands Secretary of State on the Democratic It 8 608 90840 will also be and lights selling at So 20 to S525 presentation part of the MexicagjgW Take Vitalia Liver Pills 64 hhds com low leaf S7 50 to saame is not Marian but Marion ticket has made an excellent official at the Fair willcSwr closed dull but soon weakened and Â¬ 4 80 HE WAS ALL RIGHT acres and which is so near to a boys name that and the unost experienced financier and lower tops this evening S5 10 to nearly three picturesque will be an ela37 hhds lugs 4 80 to 2 50 borate and presentation could not have better handled the Qrovers disappointment istiot con S5 15 The out look is not encour The Old Man Was Having Dead 15 hhds trash 1 60 to 1 00 aging in fact look to Bee prices lower of Mexican life States strongbox than has Maj Hale sealed Loads of Fun Co A tomorrow When Traveling In his last report to the Board of Ho had a bland good natured Sheep and Lames Receipts 2914 Whetheron pleasure bent or business GtABKSVILLE MABKET Sinking Fund Commissioners Maj smile on his face as he walked up to McLaurin judging Ex Senator V ByTE Hancock Co Cfarks Shipments 477 Market ruled dull Hale calls attention to some of the in Hroxa the county conventions held so novations he has made in the office a policeman on Woodward avenue villo Tenn for the two weeks ending lambs quarter to half lower than ou take on every trip a bottle of Syrup July 20 1895 188 hogsheads as fol- Monday best S4 00 to 4 25 common of Figs as it acts most pleasantly Sfar will be the Democratic nominee by which the State has received ben- the other day and said and menium lambs almost unsalable and effectually on the kidnejSJ lfv T Iwish youd look at my vest and lows ffor governor of Mississippi He is a efits 78 hhds good and medium leaf no one wanting mumiuu at any price er and bowels preventing irovers affright The report says On the 1 6th of see iHts satrong advocate of free coinage I clont seejariy thing wrong with S12 00 11 00 II 00 10 50 10 50 1025 Sheep dull also The market is bad headaches and other forms of sick Â¬ July 1890 a resolution was adopted by the then Sinkiucr Fund Commis your vest replied the officer after 10 00 y 10 00 9 80 9 70 9 70 9 60 9 50 at all points and we can see no ness For salo in 50c and SI bottles oo y oo 8 y5 a yu a 75 s eu chance for improvement 9 50 by all leading druggists Manafac Got Turney is charged with hav sioners author zinsr the State Treas a glance 8 508 508 308 308 25 8 20 810 Cattle Extra shipping tured by the California Fig Syrup ng eaten greens with his knife and urer so far as they were empowered Is it long enough t 50 to 4 7 1 8 008 008008 007 75 7 75 7 75 Co only 4 25 to 4 50 table etiquette has succeeded the si- bv the law to do to place that part Lght shipping I think so 7 70 7 70 7 60 7 60 7 50 7 50 7 50 4 00 to 4 50 Bes butchers of the public money of the State be Owing to the rain Tuesday eve Â¬ 3 00 to 3 65 Does it seem to work up Fair iO good butchera lver question as a topic of general dis longing to the Sinking Fund on de 7 50 3 40 7 40 7 40 7 80 7 30 7 25 No in Tennessee Whats the matter any 7 25 7 00 7 00 7 00 6 95 6 90 6 90 Common to medium butchersand 2 00 to 2 70 ning the concert at Mercer Park by uusson Thin rough ateerspoor cows posit with certain banks at an agreed how 1 00 to 1 25 Werds band was not very largely atscalawags 6 806 756 706 606 50 6 50 6 50 rate of interest on daily balances 8 75 to 4 25 tended Good to extra oxen but some excellent music was 1 25 to 2 75 Bin in town since seven oclock 6 40 6 40 6 25 6 20 6 10 6 10 6 10 Common to medium oxeu Axedhotfisbt for the Democratic thus co operating with him the treas3 60 to 4 00 rendered and those present were high Â¬ Feeders 00 6 CO 6 00 said the man as he 6106106106106 legislative nomination in McCracken urer in the effort to realize some- this morning 1 50 to 8 40 ly entertained Stockers 1 25 to 2 75 scanty will be settled in a primary thingoffor the Commonwealth in the winked and chuckled and smiled b W b UU com and low leaf S3 75 Bullscalves 2 00 to 4 60 Veal way Vitalia double strength for sale by interest on daily balances iu again I got here to 59 hhds 25 00 to 35 00 and ever since Choice milch cows election Aug 3 L Harper free si- Â¬ the treasury not used in the pay5 60 10 00 to 18 00 druggists Fair to good milch cows some onos bin tellin me to pull 51 hhds com and med lugs SI 25 Hoos Choice packing and butch lver and W C Leech gold standard ment of claims against the State 6 10 to 8 15 down my vest Took me moren four to 4 60 ers 225 R to 300 It x A marriage license was issued Mon Â¬ care the opposing candidates As such treasurer I accordingly hours to catch on Fair to good packing 189 tt to I pulled her Ofierings for the past two weeks f 10 to 5 15 day to J T Simpson to wed Miss El 225 lb effected arrangements with certain down over 1C0 It to 180 Â¬ forty times beforo I un have consisted largely of medium and Good to extra light 5 20 to 5 25 la Profitt lb Young John Feland who was a Frankfort banks to that end com derstood I was purty sure she was common nondescript leaf and lugs 6 20 to 5 25 Fat shoats 120 lb to 150 lb J uly 1 1890 the banks agreemencing 5 15 to 5 20 starter in the legislative race at ing and obliging themselves to tide all riii t when I asked you to look showing considerable mixed green Fat shoats 100 lb 400 120 lb to 4 25 to 4 60 lb 160 lb to Boughs Owensboro has concluded to let Mr the State over any temporary deficit Its jest a way the fellers have aint hail cut tobacco Lugs are quiet and SUeepand Lbs Good toexsblp- 2 40 to 2 unchanged The leaf market is strong ping sheep Chambers catch the Republican nom- in the Treasury which might occur it viven Baby was slck wo gav her Castorfa 200to225 Fair to good and active on all desirable types 1 60 to 2 00 Yes just a way Common tomedlum iinatioa He has withdrawn from the from time to time by paying warrants 100 to 2 00 Vtvhen she was a Child she cried for Castoria Shipments continue free and fully up Bucks on audited claims and holding them They dont mean that my vest Is to the purchases 4 00 4 25 vecontest Extra When she became Miss sho clung to Castoria Reports from the Fair tolambsKentucky lma 3 00 to 4 00 at an agreed late of interest until the short good Tennessee When she had Children she gate them Castoria 60 to 8 00 2 growing crop are rather conflicting Common to medium Treasury should be replenished with 2 00 to 2 60 Tall ends or culls No Prof Kieinschmidt recently dis- - funds to take them up Notwith but generally favorable Somelocali--tieAud they dont do it to hurt my report heavy damages by washing Kmisseo rom the Louisville High standing he frequent occurrence of rains and there is considerable com- State of Ohio City of Toledo I SS School lias raised the point that the such deficits in the General Expendi- feeins f Lucas County plaint of frenching We hope though Oh no Dont Tobacco Sitor Smoke Your cboardihat fired him is not a legally ture Fuud of the Treasury at times Fbank J Cheney makes oath that he to see a good average crop of good Life way Jest Kant to see if the old man fisojofituted body from the fact that absorbing tho whole of the Sinking useful tobacco made if we can have is the senior partner of the firm of P Is the truthful startling title of a book about and School Funds in the payment of has anv flies on him I take it tho favorable weather the remainder of J Cheney Co doing1 business in the habit cure that harmlesiup guaranteed tobacco abe members were elected by se- - current expenses at one time renderThats ail braces nlcotlnlzed the seasou If the farmers will be City of Toledo County and State eliminates the nicotine poison makesnerves jretftallot which is contrary to the ing it necessary for the banks to car Thats the way I took it and patient and let their tobacco mature aforesaid and that said firm will pay men gain strength vigor and manhood weak You run no physical no financial risk as proyj8ions of sees 145 to 154 of the ry the State for as much as 230000 every time a feller winked and Is sold by K O Hard wick under a guaran properly on the hill take special pain the sum of ONE HUNDRED DOL The point seems to be for several mouths the average daily grinned and told me to pull down m curing to get better colors will be LARS for each and every case of tee to cure or money refunded Book free noouBtitution balance in the Treasury from the date my vest I winked and grinned and ntvell taken Catabbh that cannot be cured by the Address sterling Eeny y Co New York or the best made for several years Chicago of the contract with the banks July 1 pulled her downso I jest bought use of Halls Catabbh Cube Yours truly 1890 to Sept 30 93 being three Co FRANK J CHENEY T R Hancock Judge Givens has set aside the years and three months has been in six safety pins and am goln to pin POSITIONS GUARANTEED Sworn to before me and subscribed and keep her right there 360000 nearly 50 her down tfouuvuiuiuu in iuu auii ui luias uio round numbers Where to Stop at Dawson in my presence this 6th day of De under reasonable conditions Do not say it can Do I look like a man from Fly cent of which property belonged See TagalnBt the Owensboro Messenger at per not be done till you send for free catalogue of When you go to Dawson Springs cember A D 1886 ltforgarffield and ordered a new trial to the Sinking Fund which at an ville See any insects tryin to light Ky stop at the Summit House DRAUQHONS PRACTICAL A W GLEASON Vest all per sat tho November term The courts average rate of about 2period cent per on ray shouldersall He hel old man Rates 7 per week 26 dollars per r SEAL s annum has for the named right t fellers j Notary Public instructions next time it is believed produced a gross earning in interest havin dead loads ofrsh and goia month Children half rates Spefun cial rates to families and parties of rwill be much more favorable to the of 2893963 from which deduct S2 to keep her right up for three days Tenn IihvHle endorsed by bankers Halls Catarrh Cure is taken inter Â¬ This College is five or more from the same place defendant and nothing worse than 01773 the amount of interest paid morel Detroit Free Press Thitf hotel has been greatly im- - nally and acts directly on the blood and merchants stronglyweeks by Draughons FOUR method of cmominal damages may be expected the banks on sums paid by them on and is situated on a beauti and mucous surfaces of the system TWELVE teaching bookkeeping Is equal to warrants drawn on claims against the firoved weeks by the old plant Special ad Is convenient to the Seiid for testimonials free vantages la Shorthand Penmanship and Teleg Ammonia bleaches yellow flan- Judge Givens in effect decides that state and carried during temporary F J CHENEY CO Toledo O raphy Cheap board Open to both sexes No springs and depot and is acknowlnels y punitive damages cannot be assessed deficits in the treasury vacation Enter now Railroad Fara Paid leaves the edged to have the coolest most I3FSold by Druggists 75c We ave balance as an item of profit to the HOMR vwhero malice is not clearly proven Ammonia briguteus windows and healthful and pleasant location of OlUVlt books on cently prepared Bookkeepwo state of 52689190 SnORTnAND and Penmanship especially adapt looking glasses any hotel in Dawson Guests of the to home study ed Write for Home Study E T Franks the Republican circulars at once Summit can sit in theirrooms and vwiadjammer who has occasionally drink any of Dawson life living I will at 4 p m on Saturday Augwaters free of charge ust 17th 1895 on the premises offer isawed the air in this city came to Correspondence solicited and cheer at auction sale a number of fine resigrief at Morion his old home last fully answered Clerk and porters to dence lots on South Main Street Hop Monday In a reckless and unguard- Highest of all in Leavening Power Latest U S Govt Report meet trains kinsvillo Ky adjoining the residence -- eed moment ho agreed JB H Ramset Propr to a joint deof C B Webb These lots are just ao with Ollie James on state is- within the city limits and are in every will be found with a Homeric laughter is the classical way desirable The sale will be with- Â¬ sues For three hours they talked name for unquenchable mirth It is out reserve to the highest bidder full line of pleasure ito a crowded house and James did the sort of laughing which those per- Terms J cash balance iu 1 and 2 riiot Jcave a greasy spot of the Owens- sons indulge in who have taken Ra years with 6 per cent interest from hides at F A Yosts tbcab Bradleyite Ho was utterly de- The terms place Cos mons Tome Liver Pills and changed date until paid harness store on Ninth a sallow complexion dull eyes and these lots within reach of everyone vTrnolr8hed and tho Democrats are cheeks into a ruddy complexion wishing a home in the best residence St ale Call and see me before Vk claiming the county with entire con right eyes and rosy cheeks Ask all location in the cify See the bills ddence although Bradley carried it buying u i i iu i nr j nr nninririHTS rnr n rran nnmnmi with plat - vn - l - rvi v on ir ago by 800 majority dose Walker Wood t Bi Kit Br FRIDAY JIORXIXCS The gold reserve lias been reduced a couple of millions Biuce the last re port 1CJ- What Too want of a medicine is that it snail da you good purify and enrich your blood throw on that tired feeling and give you health strength courage and ambition 1 CHAS M MEACHAM rcl it Hoods Sarsaparilla Does fisi iv ri T glories Ui 3 jAu i fyWTSL ijfc mi m vHM m v sljl rzsr IIB1 ri 4 themjihia utkwifl rt tit i- SWf x Mammoth Clothing Shoe Main St Hopkins ville Ky No f j fc CO s I rtpfrelf 14 Desirable Homes Carriages Phaetons eliiyers VS i l I Buggies Powder ABSOLUTELY PURE i v Ct WEBB T 1 iii t a ihmii 5 Highest Honors Worlds Fair j I1 trr ever came into ms collection says the Vincennes Sun It is a ladder At Birk City Daviess county Buck made of thousands of small pieces of McFarlffnM killed Jim Davis Both twine- - tbreadscords and rope such -colorcdjjif far- Â¬ as v convict would secretly collect Robert Cecil aged 2 years scalded through years of effort With the to death by upsetting a pot of coffee rope Thomas Shepherd used to climb im- 1j Lexington a thirty foot wall and get out of the AfcPaducah John Mariot a line penitentiary yard night after night as man touched a live wire ana was in Â¬ to visit an old sweetheart He never stantly killed attempted to escapo and when his MOST PERFECT MADE in a tunnel near Turners de- - ladder was found one night ho re Â¬ A Fire ifpure Grape Cream of Tartar Powder Free Jayed Louisville and Nashville trains turned before his absence had been from Ammonia Alum or any other adulterant I for several hours discovered rang the bell at the front 40 YEARS THE STANDARD gate and surrendered himself On There are 23 prisoners confined in the Logan county jail atRussellville his arm ho carried a rubber coat Mr W A Lowry is now the grand- which had been used to conceal his all the colls are full 2 At MiAvay James Harris a negro striped shirt He wore moccasins and Mrs R C Watking are the happy from 0m was shot and killed by over his shoes parents The interesting event ocShepherd told a straightforward Marshal Elijah Davis story so far as It went He had curred Wednesday night yf JJliiah Wright a mountain tough made tho ladder he said In nrrfnn was shot by an officer while trying to LOCALS that he might visit a woman outside escape at Prestonburg tae prison He had gone to her Lytle Buchanan tis the chairman of house only four times Vi rfr he eald The Jl We Are the newly organized Jeffersoncdunty other night when ho returned he Democratic committee found his ladder gone from the wall Advertising Gen Frank Wolford is critically ill and at once ho decided to give Â¬ him Fxrlo Jir and on his death bed dt Columbia self op Ho would not tell the wom Â¬ The old reliable Furniture dealers and Ky Ho is 78 years oi cf ans name but tho prison officials undertakers Up stairs in Benry block At Vanceburg William Parker think they have discovered her Iden- Â¬ VaVaaTaflUanialBVIaaHBaHBBBBBBBBBBBBBBBa HopkiDsville Ky horsewhipped hiswlfe because she tity She went from her home in Now Grovers back from Ashing OTSBHH t x x brought suit for divorce And gone to Gables Gray Sullivan county Ind some years Hes searching all the Scriptures Dr Samuel Butler a well known ago to live In Jeffersonville near her lor another name thej any Hut youll flna us at our business It dentist committed suicide at the convict lover At the same old stand Louisville hotel Monday Shepherd said that ho wnvo ha And honp voiillrnll nnrl aoona Whenever you possibly can The four adjoining counties of ladder at night and that It took him CaaBafiHfrBiMr raajgv YLE KENSHAW Trigg Lyon Livingston and Crit- months to finish It It contained tenden have all recently voted for threads strings and bits of cords of prohibition every size length and color They Ohio county Republicans nomina- Â¬ were woven knotted and twisted ted C M T3arnett for representative skillfully Parkers Earleand Tennessee Mar and those of Morgan county named Shepherd was sent to prison to ket and other new varieties at SI W J Seitz Leavells sell- Â¬ servo a life sentence In 1875 Anew Cumberland Jessie ing at 60cts Bv a maioritv of 230 HrittAndon trial was secured two years later MRS CORTEZ LEAVELL county voted for prohibition Satur- - and he was recommitted on the same Hopkinsville Ky day and after January next saloons sentence on April 19 187a He has will cease business continually petitioned for executive At Louisville Mrs MaryStandiford clemency and two years ago his sen- Â¬ Keller daughter of the late Dr E D tence was commuted to twenty t Standiford nas been divorced from years He will bo released conse- Â¬ Otter Creek Burlap and Tip Top JOIN IN THE PROCESSION mer nusoana Murray Keller Sacks cheap at FORBES BROS quently on April 18 1898 Ho was Capitalists of Carson Nevada are o country school teacher One night The I W Harper whiskey should be on every We have a very full line of HARNESS SADDLERY and FLY NETS making arrangements to offer 25000 at an apploj paring he had a quarrel sideboard for the C rbett Fitzsimmons fight in with a man named Macey Engle over The I W Harper whiskey should be in every TALBOT SADDLES made to order caseit cannot be pulled off in Texas o girl Eoglo had Shepherd arrest medicineWchest whiskey The I Harper should be in every Dr H A Cottoll was elected to the ed and one night before the cose club The I WHarper whiskey should be on every chair occupied by the late Dr Pal- Â¬ was tried Engle was assassinated i mer iaajag University of Louisville Shepherd was convicted on purely bar all of And thlsbeoauso it Is the prince of i t Dr HwrrVGoodman will succeed Dr circumstantial evidence and has whiskies The Ideal Kentucky article i Cottell always maintained his Innocence SOLD BT A company of U S A regulars is W R LONG THE RETIRED BURQtAR in camp John Young Brown with the Hopkinsville Ky State Guards It consists of 53 sol- H Tafia Hew He Oame to Take Up diers and several officers commanded Bualifo ft a Piffii M by Capt Walker of IThis is Curious eald the reÂ¬ Because the wife of a Pullman tired burgMft SH Mten our choice To CivA troft mtcb nr nrxa TVi tnrlnna tworkmattsjuld not pay him what of occupatiOTj flfld ao of course our a trade will give a large Range in adwas duegonolleCafieorie killed her whole lives mav be determined hv dition original cost 75 Apply to uoiuio uw uuuumu no tuenfuiew circumstances E M FLACKI never bad any out his brains Hopkinsville Ky particular inclination for the burNear Fredonia in Caldwell county Isaac Van Hooser fought Ira Guess glary business in fact I think my with a pitchfork Guess got in am- inclinations would naturally be bush to attack Van Hooser but at- rather against it But when I was I have opened a training tacked another man and cut him with a very young man I suffered greatly stable at Princeton public Grounds Fair w from insomnia I couldnt sleep Princeton Ky and any horses en- Â¬ knife a The Rev Keen Ryan of Owensboro nights and I couldnt keep awake trusted to me will receive my personcooks al attention tt who has been in Russellville the past days Soliciting your patNow in these days when things ronage I am very respectfully week preached his last sermon TuesC E Tandy day night at the Methodist church are kept going all the time there is He created quite a sensation by stat are plenty of night occupations if 1 New 4 room nntfncrA tnr cnlo nrront mg tnat ne made a tour oE Jtussell had been born now I could have near 18th street ApdIv to vifle and found thirtv nlnces whwft found plenty to do But In those Mrs E Chastain whisky was sold in a would be prohibi- Â¬ days things were slower things used town tion The church was packed to stop at night and people used to sTtefefeasajasaaafe a with people and the interest in his go to bed and begin again in the sermon was intense The citizens save were highly astonish to know there morning and there was mighty lit- Â¬ RAMBLERS were thirty liquor dives as only 18 tle choice for a man in the way of night work So I suppose it was tigers are known Won at Itlaysville natural enough for me to drift iato LANGUAGE OF FISHES the burglary business More prizes were won at Well I hadnt moreu fairly got The Creatures Boom to Have a Means of Maysville on Ramblers than Communication settled down into it before my in were won on any other make of An English fisherman Mr Basil somnia left me and I had the worst wheel Out of a possible 23 Field has been making 6omo investiÂ¬ time you ever heard of to keep awake gations which lead him to suppose that nights I 11 were won on Ram prizes didnt daro to sit down fishes have some way of communicat Â¬ blers including a hill climbing anywhere for fear Id go to sleep I ing a notion of their experiences to contest which was won on a think very likely that In reality this Mr Field says the other fishes Rambler Four first prizes 5 Fortnightly Eoview carried 6n his ex Â¬ was a good thing for me for I had periments in tho fish ponds of Mr to keep right on the alert every min- Â¬ and f seconds Rambler riders vAndrew at Guildford Ena Those ute and keep moving and I dare always win These were class ponds are full of trout which at the say that that kept me many a time A riders and not paid amateurs time when Mr Field first visited them from getting Into trouble but still The boys ride Ramblers faom were so little accustomed to being troubled that when he threw a baited ltalwavs seemed a kind nf iMfcv that choice and pay 100 each for hook into the water all the trout in couldnt have got over the Insom their machines because they sight a great number rushed eagerly nia lust a little earler than I did want to ride Ramblers knowing upon it He caught one and removing You see then I should have gone the Rambler is the fastest bi it from the hook threw It back into the into some other business and I pond Then he put in a freshly baited should have liked it better know cyle built If you want to win I superi- noolfv- Two or three trout only came N Y Sun ride a Rambler Qole of these he caught and threw it Th Uoful Wishbone back Into tho water Again he reÂ¬ sumed his fishing with a newly baited It was at dinner and there had 5s3Sffisejssssieis5w hook and this time although the been chicken of which tho little pond was swarming with fish it was daughter of the bouse had partaken only after a long time that he lured with great freedom vnti oil oh sTk rr another trout to his bait And after a te aS itzutixws The best stock of Stoves and Ranges m iVjf I want some more chicken said Httlo further time it was entirely imthe city possible to catch a trout in this pond Prances However- Jly experimenting in another I think you have had as much as GUNS PISTOLS FINE POCKET KNIVES and the most superior pond equally well stocked and not is good for you replied Frances Every thing In the Tinware line cheap at ng back any fish Mr Field mamma throt line of razors ever on sale in the city iounh that ho could catch trout as long And Frances I want more as he chose Call on us for Roofing and Guttering The fish did not seem to understand pouted A full line of Granite Tin and steel cooking utensils You cant have more now but that tho removal of one of their numis a wishbone that you and ber- by this strange means meant here Best pumps in the market Force pumps danger to thembut cam continually to mamma can pull That will be fun bucket pumps all kinds of pumps the bate If Mr Field reasons it is You pull one side and Ill pull the onljVrfben tho captured fish released other and whoever gets the longer goes back and mingles with his fel Â¬ Special attention to Repairing lows that the danger Is learned and end can have her wish come true is learned Instantly it must fol Why baby youve got it What Virginia St Hopkinsville Ky thy UjW that the released fish has soma was your wish Frances means of making tho others under o I wish for some more chicken Opposite Hotel Latham stand the perils of the hook This said Fraaceapromptly whatever It is may be called a Ian i one cot It this GT- A PRISONERS LADDER Used for Climbing Out and Back nothing buj news foOnd IN this Whn H Visltad His Swthmrt Warden Patten of the Indiana uulumni prison at Jeffersonvplei has now on A Condensed Account of the Latest Unp- - exhibition one of the most remark- Â¬ nmtlnir Ttnnlr Tnui for JIU1T uesaein able contrivances of prisoner that A CATn7TMn Attft RnnT Here is a yWtEr Fair Proposition Awarded 4WP KflBU 1 l CREAM BAKING PWDIR vWewill trade any mer one of our latest proved wagons for much wheat as it can bring into market wheat to be in first class order SPECIAL and grade good No After unloading the wheat we will give him fifty 50 lmshels of cpal to carry back home fee of charge JBfe EL T7anMn A In Mf BUGGIES we have this year far surÂ¬ Â¬ Strawberry Plants For Sale f Wheat Sacks passed any previous record Our stock was more care fully selected and was jroods bought cheaper well bought are already half sold Come and J Majestic Range a cut MffW Wanted Wanted the To The Public Majestic Range It sa2BBBBB prhich the goose of all our competitors S va the housekeepers pride and a married mans peace You caunot afford to use that old cracked cast nihker Save fuel save patience iron imitation any longer money by buying a Majestic steel range For a Fallowing Plow Get a True Blue or a Vulcan t BOTH GUARANTEED The wear and tear of the season has demonstrated clearly the ority of the Columbia and Victor bicycles They never come into the STOVES W i i IW9J Vw WW j feirrrr ifcV v i i TINWARE ROOFING PUMPS c aas iflOSV REPAIR WORK Forbes Bm i iNfcl tiAtr fat Wis tlmA--friHqti- ftn Reglstar GEO W YOUNG ftit tr oi yyyr jntT t Jk j o E3 p - vr srr 3 VWiUVY n r i 6 HOFBUNSTOEEE rNOTOTSKtT KaMtfmr H i V mmmmtmmm i J mm rgfrffi 11 WRfa 5 What ti IS jHfltHKSyVSSBByjy Costorla Is JJ Dn Samuel Pitchers prescription for Infants and Children It contains neither Opium Morphine nor other Narcotic substance It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric Drops Soothing Syrups and Castor Oil It is Pleasant Its guarantee is thirty years use by Millions of Mothers Castoria destroys Worms and allays foverishness Castoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic CasjorU relieves teething troubles cures constipation and flatulency Castoria assimilates the food regulates the stomach and bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Cas-toria is the Childrens Panacea the Mothers Friend j a for fifteen minutes ther soeno was bril Â¬ liant The smoke arose as Incense and pervaded the upper atmosphere until the stars were almost entirely ob Â¬ scured During this performance some giant crackers were produced and scores of them cracked the air The louder the noise the merrier were the peculiar foreigners who were celebrat- Â¬ ing our national birthday But theso giant notse makers were mere popguns as compared with the final explosion of Jpeleotial patriotism If John Milton and Signor Dante could have witnessed the scene they might have written with keener inspiration A string of giant crackers about twenty feet long and thicker than a mans arm was pro- Â¬ duced as a final crack o doom It was started by a Chinaman aB big as Goliath He seemed to be the boss of the whole affair and when he marched forth with that big roll or log of fire the whole colony came down from their houses and porches to form a ring around it For fully five minutes there was pandemonium unequaled save by an actual artillery battle wins containing ostorea ppwaer asa VjV It Is forirli Opwu- - 3 BBBBBBBBBBBHBBBBBBBSSBBB Said They Wtmld Hot Stand A rales t MoIarn alBfSnmodernv rti8jhave tionwithln thokJas fortress1 the whole cost England some fvventy flve million dollarsmodern ships of war could alienee and destroy Jheeptire fortress within an hour The outer walls of Quebec Avhlch cost the French govern mentSQ much in treasure that one of thokingsinqulredlffthey were built of ffold are leyen moretwprthless than the works upon t hetadQl Not half designed by The timewhenQoebeccouklbe called the Gibraltar of America anuhe vkey to the St Lawrence and Jitsmuch vaunted citadel an impregnable fortress is long since past A series of re markable admissions upon this score has just been made in an Interview with a Netv Xc ri Sun correspondent by a high official of the Canadian army The wholesystemtof fortifications is bo obsolete that they are now positively valueless and- - under Nthe modern methods of attack and defense it is certain that theyt would never be re- Â¬ formed At a distance of ten miles from the citadel whoso fortfAcatlons WIm m mil m 1 The Main Street Ji Iftl OU FURNITUREJaaler m SHBtMlltU IKllWanUESCJMllUa Completo and Beautiful Stock huml all at ln41 u 2j s77 itrJitzf Mi Hi W LOWEST Cash WES thodake of Wellingtons ABSOLUTELY fcURE THE OLD hEtlABLE Bed room Suits loo A Solid Oak i CIQARETTE jHMetyHh8itetLolTI9 i MOBt SOllDTHAN ALL OTWEH BRAND COMBINED j mountiaponahyoiQueboca fortlflca century place is been Castoria Castoria is aa excellent medicine for chil Â¬ Mothers have repeatedly told me of its good effect upon their children Castoria Castoria Is so well adapted to children that I recommend it as superior to any prescription known to me dren Dr g C Osgood H A i Jewell Mass Castoria Is the best remedy for children of rwhkh I am acquainted X hope the day Is not I lor distant when mothers will consider the f real interest of theirchlldrcn and use Castoria instead of the various quack nostrums which are destroying their loved ones by forcing ephun morphine soothing syrup and other hurtful agents down their throats thereby f sending them to premature graves Da J P Kincheloe Conway Ark xii So Oxford St Arciieri MD Brooklyn KV Our physidans In the childrens depart Â¬ ment have spoken highly of their experi Â¬ ence in their outside practice with Castoria and although we only have among our medical supplies what Is known as regular products yet we arc fret to confess that the merits of Castoria has won us to look with favor upon it United Hospital and Dispensary Boston Mass Aixeh C Smith Pres The Centaur Company 77 Murray Street New York City i f If I i n Ks oramary size wnicn empnasizea tne CHINAMEN CELEBRATE close of each pack explosion with a de- Â¬ cided bang When the explosion of a basketful of crackers was finished the jSPIre- - Works Display Which Sur- Â¬ ground for yards around would be covprised the Washinfftonians ered with the red paper wrappers al- Â¬ most an inch deep In the very midst of the fire and smoke these fVTben John Begins to Set Off They laughed fellows played era He Docs It In a Way Which shouted and acted like escaped luna- Â¬ Reflects Great Credit on Ills tics You could scarcely realize that Patriotism they were the same solemn looking ISpecla Washington Letterl stolid fellows who aimlessly iron and Everybody here had lots of fun on wash and wash and iron all day long jthe Fourth of July and the children withnevera smile on their reflective iwero not monopolists of mirth this faces Hme They had their share of the noise While whole baskets of crackers were tumultbut there were manygrown exploding the Chinamen with big Bo eld who took part indthe celebration man candles in their hands would jump iThey were not Americans either but into and over the fire Bhooting off their Uoinamen witn aimona eyes long pig Â¬ yellow fire balls in the air at the same tails and sallow complexions They time Their gauze shirts and wide know no more about the history of our trousers were in and out of the flames jjfxjurth of July than a pig1 know6 of so quickly that none of them caught pmnpkin pie but their race knew all fire although they seemed to be run Â¬ About making firecrackers long before ning great risks There was a peculiar our Washington was born fire dance in which about forty particiThere is a section south of Wasbing--1k- pated Each one of them swung out a because string of crackers about five feet long known as Chinatown and lighting one end they ran back and forth swinging these exploding strings over their heads while the baskets of explosives were hissing and banging about their feet Each string must have carried about two hundred crack- Â¬ ers and the noise was almost deafening half a block away How they escaped losing their eyes or being deafened is Everything apÂ¬ almost miraculous peared to be done according to some Squads of them were dancers system and wielders of the enormous strings of explosives while others appeared to be expert with Roman candles Then there were three or four little Chinamen who handled the Chinese rockets funny looking things over two feet long They carried these fireworks into the middle of the street lighted the fuses and held them until they be- Â¬ gan to savagely Bpifc fire and then tossed them into the air so that they A MELICAH MAN ON TIIE FOURTH went sinuously far above the house- Â¬ several hundred laundrymen work and tops all the while sending forth sparks live there It is only about a quarter of red green and yellow hues until at a mile from the capitol building they exploded lilte mortars in the sky And is near Pennsylvania avenue So Four or five of them exploding at once when all the Chinamen turned out at resulted in a veritable rain of fire which night to set off fireworks everybody could be seen from many parts of the city The laundrymen who were not could see and enjoy their celebration They very seldom spend any money upon their and it was remarkable to see them acting like salamanders sat in windows porches in doorways and wasting so much money in flame and chattering like monkeys and grinning smoke Not less than two hundred dol like Â¬ gesticulating lars were spent in Chinatown for fire- men idiots blinking their like Frenchalmond eyes and crackers and Roman candles and the with gleeful glitter All of them had square at street just the south of the avenue was filled from big pocks of crackers and lighting into midnight with an eager fuses they occasionally threw them side- Â¬ early dusk till crowd who waited and cheered each the crowds of small boys on the real- Â¬ Before the little fellows fresh outburst of sulphurous enthusiasm walks the attack the crackers were ized from the laundrymen It waB manifest cracking sizzing and prancing that while John Chinaman is a very their feet and they ran wildly about away economical fellow he is a lavish Mel leaving the packs in full possession of ican man in a celebration the pavements Usually the doors and windows of the cheered lustily while the Chinamen at their hasty retreat houses in the Chinese quarter are closed These peculiar packs smelled as no reigns powder ever to the world or else darkness within so that no one can see beyond smoke which smelled before and the filled their portals but all of their homes suffocating There the air was almost to be an were wide open on the night of the aroma of burning appeared opium but what- Â¬ of July and the opium smoking ever it was it was terrible and Fourth tea drinkers were madly merry as they terrifying to American nostrils almost played with fire The habit of setting Towards midnight they brought put off firecrackers one at a time is appar whole sheafs of American made sky- Â¬ ently an American idea or the so rockets to which they had attached ex- Â¬ called Celestials scorned such little bamboo tails with packs of firecrackers plosions They did not seem to think for aerial display These were fired off was by dozens In fact the that even a whole pack at a time entire celebra- Â¬ noisy enough for they brought out tion was carried on by wholesale whole bosketfuls of firecrackers and They had evidently purchased the last set them off in the street all at once remnants of the stock rf enmn anln w ouluu ucaiUi jjuwb enscKiB likemr zip ping e who disposed of them at cost The dis volleys of musketry piay was as lavish as might have been theyexpoded on a bkttlefield The laundrymen were exnected at inauLmratlon time and at jvimhan children and acted like a government expense Thq skyrocket raoW dVdancing grinning fire flends part of the show lasted nearly half an capering about with both hands full of hour but the firecrackers kept on pop Â¬ exploding crackers Their red crack ping all the time and the wild dancing ers were very small not more than of the Chinamen was as continuous as Aalf the size of our crackers but they though an army of Japs was after were twice as loud and to the end of them jsaah pack was attached a particularly Then came the colored lights The were covered with little1 Â¬ Fire-Crac- kfunnjj-look-in- g Â¬ m -- Four-and-a-ha- lf lyntocer9fwcthlicirbstoni a In gradually abandoned and three hun Ll dred and fifty Canadian iiloops stationed inih citadel would be withdrawn but that the ample barrack ao U commodatjpn afford better J facilities u ini1 V f orhqusing tem thanihoso to be had elsewhere WHEN YOU There are no possible means for pro- Â¬ tecting Quebec from the operations of Ca O a hostile fleet the advance of which must be checked by a naval defense at the month of the St Lawrence or in From indigestion sour stomacn scad the gulf One of the results of the neglect of acho flatulency distress after eating Have your Photograph made at Quebecs fortifications of late is that Or Js it a case of lost appetite want oi tourists and visitors find it much energy weakness debility easier to obtain admission to the citadel and Its works and Aro you nervous restless sleepless worn CELEDHATTMO CNEW STUDIO the onco famous but now crum out in body and in mind particular cracker boomed like a Minitowers than heretofore in strik Each No 580 Fourth Avenue 8 Have you pains in the baa nips side field piece and finally fdur or more ing contrast to Halifax where no head arms Biioulders chest went off at once almost 6hattcringthe foreigner is permitted to view its windows of the neighborhood AndvJ- splendid new system of fortifications Aro you filled with mal da sallow tne Unineso tourtn was over it was and nobody but officers in uniform is complexion coated tongue n ht sweats dry cough chills and fever the greatest Fourth of July celebration admitted inside its citadel You Want to Stop Tobacco ever witnessed In this city Itwas If any of theso troubles ar yours thi unique because Itj was so unexpected wtHtTllWA thing you need is DR KINGS and because the source was so-- surprisYOU CAN QE CURED WHILEUSINO IT WHAT A KITTEN CAN DO ing It was not advertised but it drew The habit of using tobacco grows on a man an immense audience If anybody had How a XJttlo Fellow Stopped a Street Car until grave diseased conditions are produced Tobacco causes cancer of the mouth andi expected that such a show was possible in BnU4more stomach dyspepsia loss of memory nervous One little kitten about five inches in or probable every little boy in the city aflectlonf congestion of the retina jaad VO wasting of the optlo nerve f insisted upon being there length held in check ono morning rewould have resulting i In Impairment of vision even to thtextentof It is quite likely that the Chinamen cently the down town traffic over the blindness aizzlnessor vertigo tobacco asthma nightly suffocation dull pain In regiom only ascertained late in the afternoon City and Suburban railroad says the of heart ftllowed later by sharp pains palpi or evening that they could obtain all of Baltimore Sun A summer car stopped tation and weakened puUe resulting In fatal those fireworks at what Americans call to take passengers when the kitten hpart disease It also causes loss of vitality QUIT BEFORE IT IS TOO panic prices and that therefore the standing on the sidewalk leisurely in In the gentlest and happiest wsy and To quiteudaenlris too severe a L ME to the shoek entire affair was in a sense im- Â¬ specting the car suddenly determined whh the greatest certainty known to iried system as tobacco toan Inveterate uar be- Â¬ teal science GERMETUER removes from comes a stimulant that his system con tlnually promptu But however It was brought on a personal investigation of the inside baCco cuko a BCientltajfcjfcia reabout the celebration was a success workings of rapid transit She raVout the system tho symptoms namei abovo craves vegetable remedyIs guaranteeaflLTe per- Â¬ liable giving strength in place of weakness joy- fectly harmless and wblohhaefbeeri lnpse totr and every Chinese fire sprite in the into tne slreetimmedjately underneath the last 28 years having enred thousands 6f District of Columbia was nresent and the heavy batteryjof the car and began ous health in place of sickness habitual tobacco users smokers chevers and There is no other remedy like it and snuff dippers participating iIfthese peculiar for- damberiugiabouVthe machinery The none that cap do its work Apd then it if You canuie all the tobaceoyou vraitf eigners commence celebrating cur oonducto ondsayjeral of the passengers a roab pleasure to takejt Little children oifno Fourth of July all over the country saw her and an effort was made to lake it with diligEirand it cures -- like iosiop hi civs a it will notify youWhetu wRrirn QUABAjitES to permanently cure any they may yet become citizens and take chase the kitten away Canes and um Â¬ magic 5100 6 lor 5001 All druggists or refund the money case with three bpxes with ten per cent interest- part in our elections They would brellas werethrnsamieTOeahthe car Bacco cubo Is not a substitute but a jell- able and scientific cure which absolutely de- Â¬ surely vote for those politicians who at herand many emphatic commands to stroys the- cratlnc for tnhupcrvicttliriiit tho HW alrTi shoojtwere given tbut it was evident a might be shrewd enough to furnish pi wju power ana wittt no inconvenience It leaves the sypfom xspure and frel Yom nlco- them the most fireworks just as so sheaSjtoo new in the world to nnder - chew or manyof our misguided citizens vote for Blnnd English SoIdLby RvQardwick druggfct me us me ay to i iook your r OlflTlYftll dmMRtl it ti Al tAi hnr Ikno fire waterdlspensers Jnthtt event The passenorers eniovod the ioke at boxee mirty days treatment and a fcOARAN the Chinese ouldbe- the better and first but ffhen ii aeemed that the kit SB j vobb i2G0or sent direct upon receipj off rfrofjessiona Cards ten did notmterfdMtocmiejnrjk those in more patriotic citizens pee SlEJtD SIX TWO CENT STAMPS FOB KAMPEB a nurry to begin tne days toil became Smitjei D Fby bcz BbokLirAt i fkoofb fkee Eureka Chem iTbank Bell ical Manufactyrtug Company Manufactur impatient and the number of the res Â¬ J T Haejit n g Chemists La Crosse Wisconsin A fish Story from Maine cuers augmented rapidly More canes HflNBERVBELLv A Lewiston man tells the most start Â¬ and more umbrellas were thrust at her ling fish story Four years ago he was ilkewise more speeches at a wicked fishing at Lake Auburn with a long turn But she Practice In the Courts of Christian and ad silk line and a hook of his own manu- Â¬ and curled up as remained undisturbed if she liked things in bining conntlM Office CltyHall facture In the afternoon of one May general and meant to spend the dav Court Sqnare HOPKINSVILLE KY building day he hooked a monster salmon which there Whenat last appeared to the Regular Griduateand Begistered Physician Formerly Assistant Surgeon in U S Navy af Â¬ came to the surface three or four times hurried passengers it and Irate conductor FRANK RIYES terwards Post Surgeon Ui s Army andlater and then broke the line under the keel that the only thing to do was to start Surgeon British Marine Service with two years experience as Physician at Hot of the boat One day last week he was the car and crush out the poor little Springs Ark will welcome the sick andaf- up there fishing and about five hun- kittens life she came to the conclusion fllcted at His Office where consultation with dred yards south of the island hooked that there are other pleasures in the one of the lost Successful Doctors of the presant age is cordially invited All will a salmon which he pulled in by the aid world besides rapid transit and walked 3SJ oyticz Over Planters Bank receive kind and honorable treatment and of a scoop net Embedded in the lower out with the satisfied air of one who permanent cures guaranteed in every case had jaw was his old hand made hook undertaken W S WITHERS completely set at rest the cravings of Dr Matthew Henry Kollock Treats curiosity Then the car proceeded Egg In the Caleitlal Kingdom cotmsE-LL-oSuceeseiully All Chronic and Long in unina iresn eggs are not very much esteemed but when an egg beStanding Diseases comes thirty or forty years old it is Office over Planters Baak INCURABLE Dyspepsia Bronchitis considered a great delicacy and a one Autjhma treated by latest HOPKINSVILLE - KY VK51 -hospital methods Is a dish fit for a king They hundred it We know that it Bounds quackieh Andrew have a way of burying the eggs and it D and- Dis- takes about thirty days to render a tPHYSXCIAS Mm SUKGELW 6QS6 pickled eggflt to eat Some of the old to talk about the Electropoise curing Sores Pimples Scofula Tumors Eczema eggs have become as black as ink and OFFICE Filth and Msln streets opposite Ulcers SYPHILIS and all troubles arising one of the favorite Chinese dishes for incurable diseases but bear in mind 1 froman impure stateJf the blood promptly City Court Room and completely eradicated iorever invalids is made up of eggs which are E TELEPBONE NO 5 systemiTestqring health andpurlty iron the preserved in jars of red clay and salt be fact that is the old treatment water H H4 which has pronounced the case incurWeakback frequent and burning of the Paper - Hanger easesBafely bladder of both sexes urine dis and promptly Painter TABLE TRICKS and ALLWOKK curedv able We do not make the claim will receive special afad careful Done with Neatness and Dispatch and at jLow rofllftQ trefttment or n their many The Old tady Was1 Not Up on Modern jest that we can cure all so called incura- Â¬ gmr Prices 8th street nextto p RBesrdJ Customs SH0P ToVHoDklnsvine7Ky Such a dear old rustic lady sat next GDh0Jr me at a dinner the other night It ble diseases but we do maintain with was quite a swell affair in a fine vu restaurant and when the coffee stage with all earnestness that a case pro tinTrfrnTTi hmlnnra r was reached she declined it and asked SURGEON -P- HYSICIAN for a cup of tea which had to be nounced incurable by your family t t t Jlopinsville Ky brewed expressly for her I saw her OFFIOEUjJ stairs opposite Telephone office physician is a splendid field for the e6rner fldgetingaround says a writer lnvthe Residence corner of Early Vce which bringorganlc WeakaSw Ninth and Main Louisville Post so I asked her Main and Seventeenth Can of life treated with never failing successjfeIt I reach you anything I canltflnd operation of the Electropoise exatalna Ion the urinary deposits a ropy teat- nww iiiKijb wju uiLn nf innnr my napkin ring she whispered ViaBHIBM amolt rnWI w There are none Fvvo A umcu wju appear again was my next re- Â¬ may be just the treatment necessary color will be of a thin mllklshue or the changing to ai dark and turbid appearance mark Aint none Mercy mel Whv There are many men who die of this difficult and is quite likely to be so If it fails Ph not Ignorant of tne cause which is the eCOna i ntnirn nt Bnmfnnl WV J Its not the custom I answered this a ao wm - no argument against the is n TRrnte Well It seems kind of slouchy she RrffiCt curlnu sch cases and a healthy Offloe over Bank of Hopktpsvllle of the genltureufjnary said We always have em at home orcans Hours from 10 cmandz to 4 p m Poise but in such a case the fact ur A napkin ring Implies that the napkin VeAlP ou ouble If Jivlne awav from vj can De cured i ADROII1TA EDnMAnnthm v- is to be used again I explained LlUliUUIlCC and ii J jloual dealings 7 and medicine that wduld not ibe considered good of the physicians statement is proven Vecure Ci observation Testimonials ofsatleEtl form Her tea had not come and the are never published Bank references iSmJ resFonslbllity cheerf- upoor old soul felt grumpy I suppose to be true But manys the patient so this is what I got In sections Good DENTIST form I Mercy me i I never saw snch a who has been given up by his physiof fads as people are getting Must lot OfSice over Kellys Jewelry Store not cut fish with your knife and cant cian who has again received life - - Ky have butter unless you ask for it and HOPKINSYTLLE having ice cream in the middle of your through treatment of the Electropoise Kisoyijip jena FIRST NATIONAL She bad received a punoh bedinner tween tho swtetbreads and the duck And no tea unless you disturb the Hotel W Wi GRAY PROP wh61e table and four or five kinds of VALUABLE BOOK FKEI2 It SjNHXmNBABMaI liquor she meant wine and women t t n ii l drlaking it and men smoking right 3H AVING 10 SHAM POO ADDRESS Entirely new- aadr flrtolasi in- - all here before us and you mustnt take ING 25 HAIR CUTTING wspecte ExcollufcnSitfnple Rooms your fowl in your fingers Well I do J- - 25cnU Wt WEBB iini ervice imeqtitliiKtheclty DUBOIS wonder how I ever lived all these years tn TXrxSf flaw 1 Imj Nothing but first claes work and all not knowing any of these tricks 613 FOURTH AVENUE Her done in latest fashion 0 F L P Klbmmb Proprietor tea reached her then and heard no LomsyiLLs Kknxdokt SATISFACTION GUABANTESD more from her Ad a being m x Suiftfor r I hJfk mni ir ljO YOtl 5 Suffer 1 To LOUISVILLE WYBRANTS Louisville io Ky ROYAL BERMETUER s L x-Aj-we- e3s Dr Matthew Henry Kollock Hopkinsville Ky nmomiM AT LAW s Seargent M tf Blood Skin Skerritt Kidney and Urinary Brivate diseases Dr jH H Wallace NjBtvousDebility i E C ANDERSON lVuu 4 siciaflMSuiirgeoi Junius Dr Kojloolk 613 Church Street Heniersdn isdto BABOTB SHOP f i v i rl a- t Utl f p- - i i A rt V a Cjrui6i8 Oiroult Oourt directory w TPTMOB First Monday n reorusry y nu t area week t mm Monaay in Jwtjiflr Monday in September tern thret t J i- fl a HOEKINsflELE KENTTIOKIAN Ex The v7 Mrs Anna Gage Deputy U wife of PeofhE Party S Kan of Marshal says was delivered ITWINS in fJ f OHkiw r ermiix -- Fourth Monday k a A itv Fobrnary fotxr Veeci Sarin fix we r v Monday Monday in June term in aepiemDer term August term Columbus 1 OAteWWA flcond Monday tn April thri rjreeki ti m May term two first Monday In August term twc h flr t Monnday i December term two rsMcnaav BViBe xreWiF3 r rfW Monday In Dr Kollock in Nashville War Graduate and Registered Physician iriy Assistant surgeon u s navy auer KPnst Surffeon U S Armv and later Rn British Marine Servicet with two t tint anflnim ktCndnrnfid hr thn Knovcloooedla Bri ll Vol X page 135 the largest and fimporf ant work In the world feeing in y fire volumes each the sue ol a largo fBIMe Ho Is noted as thodlscoverer ii frneuralgiaoftueface and womb Cures rrh syphilis Lost Mannooa ana uenwi Sty The Doctor has been all over tho Hand has made mrny cures given up by pnysicians Yenaome uuuuiuk 4WihMi with iaundiceBick headache foul breath coattgdJaate in mouth x LTinesrar will set dubious green blue in erinorliams Ktrf h Mhanrra Tvt MVab a Woll Man rvr Uj i vi you Dilious conBtipuitruj ur i i L D rcrr lAie dyspepsia indigestion f ttfrtrirv nkiti nam in iback and be- rr r v h t i ften the shoulders emus ana iever 4 Tf voiihaveau v of these symp- jns your liver is out of order and tongue your blood does not act propHerbiue will cure any disorder pthe liver stomach or bowels It no equal as a liver medicine rice 75 cents Free trial bottles at C Hardwicks drug store Cause er UT D1Q0U IS HlUWi v uciufj puiauucu pVinesrar is an antidote for poison- Bg by alkalies t t m I Ballards Snow Liniment Mrs Hamilton Cambridge Ills 1 had tuo rheumatism so bad Bays could not raise my hand to my head Jallards Snow Liniment has entirely jured me I take pleasure in inform ing my neighbors and friends what it uone fy cas jbay aslor me unas jaanuiey cierisjjvman newance ins auwior pises us anow Liimment cured mm or Kheumatism Whv not trv it It Ev will surely do you erood It cures all ilnflamation Wounds Sores Cuts SprainMfcjatc Free trial bottle at if G HaWjBtcks drug store Etght years ago Geo Hutchinson moved from Bradford to Chelsea Vt and bought He was tlfetsawniill at the latter place Â¬ kanwn as one of tho strongest men in that On Dec 1092 while at work in seujion thVuilll he was struck iu tha back by a flying board which seriously injured hiin Â¬ and incapacitated him for work of any kipd As a result of this Locomotor Ataxia MOTHERS Â¬ Set in this is a form of paralysis which deprives the patient of all use of his lower The Argut Patriot interviewed limbs FRIEND jlr Hutchinson to day and his story ia here given in his own words DID NOT SUFFER AFTEEWARD My back ached continually and my legs receipt of price mall rr8entby Express orBook on TO began to grow numb and to be less and less per bottle M0TUEH3 8lT of Apr jl I could do ulablc By the mailed ttee- absolutely nothing and was scarcely able to UBiDFlELD BEOULAXOU CO ATLANTi GA stand JIv physicians adrised me to go to SOd TfX ALL DEOG GISTS the Mary Fietchor Hospital at Burlington to be treated and I took their advice When 1 left home my friends bade xne good bye FORGOT HIS OWN NAME never expecting to see me alive again The physicians at the hospital told me that Bat Jefferson Remembered That He Flayad Rip Vn Winkle my case was a serious one and I was com I remained at the nletelr discouraged Sonfe of tho most amusing stories of ihospital seven weeks and took the medicines the tricks of memory are those which which the doctors gave me I felt better at illustrate the facility witrj which proper the hospital and thought that I was recover names escape the recollection They ing and went homo to coutinue their treat jhentfwhich I did for two months and also eludo you like greased pigs Then I had an electric battery under their advice had it on tho end of my tongue and The improvement however did not continue I recall your face but for the life of August 1st and I began to give up hope me I cant place you are bo commonl- Â¬ 1893 1 could not get out of my chair without y1 heard as toekclte no comment By their standard assistance and if I got down upon the floor I the way how do you spell your name Resolved That we recommead our ciiuldnot get up alone About this time I inquired a young lady of an old ac- - candidate for the legislature R C chanced to read an account of the wonder ful curative powers Pink Crenshaw as a man of unimpeacha- Â¬ Pills for Pale People of Dr Williams to my in cases similar ble honor and morality in both pub- Â¬ ojri I did not have anv faith in tbe Pills lic and private life and assure the butihnught a trial could do no harm so I without telling people or Christian county that if bjnijjht some d After I hadanyone what I to taking was elected he will faithfully attend to themgoing time I found that for beenfirst time some the their interests intfmonths I was able to walk down to the fk WRgf post ofllce and my neighbors began t W E Wabfield Jr Secy marked improvement in my health Asl continued To the fancy there is nothing so improve and the medicine I continued to soon recommenced work winsome as a white sail seaward inUhe mill at first very lightly tnd in bound unless it be a white sail homo creasing as I was able and as I gained in health and spirits and now for the past bouud its voyage happily done three months I have been workine ten hours erday almost as steadily asl ever did The Ohignon 1771 feel well eat well and sleep as well as I ever did aud I have no pain anywhere I had my heddus roll on Aunt The reporter talked with several other een Storer said it ought to made tleraen in regard to the oase of Mr Hutchin-on- he might less Aunt Deming said it ought not makewho stated that any statementcredence would be entitled to entire to be made at all It makes my head Dr Williams Pink Pills contain all the life and itch and ache and burn like anything elements tonecessary to give new shattered restore the blood JOSEPH JEFFKBSOS mama This famous roll is not made richness They are forand by all druggists sale nerves quaintance She took this way of re Â¬ wholly of a red cow tail but is a or may be had by mail from Dr Williams calling without embarrassment a mixture of that and horsehair very ifedicine Company Schenectady N Y for name that unaccountably escaped her coarse and a little human hair of 0c perbox or 6 boxes for 250 leBts than 20 min utes and with scarcely any pain after using only two bottles of Representatives of the Peoples Party mot ill convention at the court- Â¬ house Monday July 10 Squire K C Crenshaw 0 Pee Dee was uuanimously nominated candi date for tho legislature and the fol lowing resolutions were aaopteu Resolved That we the Peoples Party of Christian county in conven tion assembled endorse the state platform as enunciated at Louisville on July 4th and 5th 189o and recommend the nominees for state of- Â¬ fices td all honest liberty loving patriots of the State as being worthy of their confidence and support Resolved That since the Demo- Republican parties of the State of Kentucky have Jaia aside old diiier ences and are now a unit for the British system of gold aiid bonds and have thrown down the gauntlet on that issue we take up the gauntlet and accept the terms of warfare on the money question and invite all who believe in the American system of free and unlimited coinage of sil Â¬ ver and gold at the ratio of 16 to 1 to co operate and vote with us to free our country from the avaricjojus grasp of the gold monopoly whose greedy demands have in two and one half years cost the people 162000000 in interest bearing bonds to maintain A Miracle in Vermont OF A THE WONDERFUL EXPERIENCE CERULEAN SPRINGS WELL KNOWN CHELSEA MAN gtilckeu with au Incurable DUease tuul yet Cured ffpnitheAroM and Patriot Montpclier VI T is W GUNN Tris2 Countv Kentucky op Maers This famous health and pleasure resort tho oldest in Western Kentucky situated oh the O V Railroad 14 miles from Princeton and 16 miles from Hopkinsville and is open the year round SIX TRAINS DAILY THE HOTEL ACCOMODATIONS ARE UNSURPASSED Sulyhur and Chalybeate Water- - in Abidance lh Temperature of Sulphur Water 56 degrees flowing from a bold and neve failing spring AN EXCELLENT ITALIAN STRING BAND ON HAND Address Managers Bates reasonable and made known on application For a T7v7 and full particulars Descridtive Pamphlet a-TT-rsr-- isr Summer season now open oo Chalybeate Springs G EOL t3J--i-3-i----JJ-- DIAL Proprietor CS --i There la no longer any excuse for the people to remain In the cities through the warm summer months for the wantlofaccomodations at the C H A LY B EAT ESPRINGSat S E BREE KY The proprietor GL Dial has reeentlybullt abousawltha number of good well ventilated rooms within twenty yards of the Springs sufflolently elevated which ma e it quite a desirable for quiet rest and health Ec--l-Jt-J S 700 Per sTeel 3jP 15 THE GREAT SUMMER RESORT 15 E3TOCTaE3 DAWSON Ho kins County KENTUCKY These celebrated chalybeate and salts springs are situated immediately upon the Chesa- peake Ohio and Southwestern R R105 miles west of Louisville Ky and 68 miles east of laducah Ky THE ARCADIA IIOUSE is new and neatly furnished with capacity of entertaining 300 persons The owners of the hotel are also owners of the Springs and the guests of the Arca Â¬ dia House have FREE ACCESS to the Springs without extra charge Invalids should remem ber that the months of June and July oner many advantages to persons visiting the Springs The dry and liquid salts are manufactured at these Springs For pamphlets etc apply to N SI HOLEMAN CO Proprietors DAWSON SPRINGS E3CAIDX- r k W Formerly with Alexander T Grant Propr B p ungmuu cuppoi have used Hoods Pills and find I them to be tho best J B Simmons Pembroke Ky r lucyar wxxx Vinegaxrancl brown paper will heal Ballards We guarantee this to be the best Cough Syrup manafactured in the whole wide world This is saying a great deal but it is true For Consumption Coughs Colds Sore throat Sore Chest Pneumonia Bronchitis Asthma Croup Whooping Congh and all disease of the Throat and lungs we postively guarantee Ballards Horehound Syrup to be without an equal on the whole face of the globe In support of this statement we refer to every individual who has ever used it ana to every druggists who has ever sold it Such evidence Free trial bottle at is indisputable K C Hardwicks drug store 1 i MMMMHI Horehound Syrup1 tt he replied to recollection her confusion It is related to4 Joe Jefferson that ho was one day Intro- Â¬ duced to Gen Grant an event that naturally impressed him strongly Later in the day according to the New York Mail and Express he got into an elevator of tho hotel at which they wore both stopping A short heavy set man also got in lifted his hat to Jeffer Â¬ son and made some remark I beg your pardon Your face is familiar to me but 1 cannot recall the name sajd Gen Grant courteously the actor gavb his name I got off at the next floor for fear I should ask him ii he nad ever been m the war Jefferson said In relating this fftpry Worse than that he onco forgot his own name Ho had gone into 4 post office at some small resort where he was unknown and asked the clerk if there was any mail for him Whats tho name Name Oh yes asked tho clerk certainly Why lets seel I play Kip Van Winkle you know Jefferson said the astonished and delighted Yes Jefferson thanks clerk he answered politely as ho received his mall and bowed himself out Is unequalled for Eczema Tetter Salt Rheum Scald Head Sore Nipples Chapped Tf ill mi v IJ 119 Unimo Vsf t TJrto Chronic Sore Eyes and Granulated Eyj Lids For sale by druggists at 25 cents per box TXtaMslf Chamberlains J3ye and Skin Ointment p i Dont Stop Him He has a bad attack of colic and is Vinecax and salt will strengthen makinsr for C K Wvlvs druer store U lame oack after a bottle of Foleys Colic and Diarrhoea Cure ioc and BOc For Mrs Rhodie Noah of this place sale by R C Hardwick and C K iwas taken in the night with cramp- - Wyly inj Jjains and the next day diarrlicea Kerosene will remove fresh paint plaoerry cordial but got no relief She then sent me to see if I had anv- Last summer one of our errand Ttlhiuffthat would help her I sent children was sick with a severe bow- Â¬ her a bottle of Chamberlains Colic el trouble Our doctors remedies Lv Cholera and Diarrhoea Eemedy and failed then we tried Chamberlains Kjp our at uose jreuoyea ner iinoiner Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy pi neignoors nad been sick tor gave very speedy relief We iout a week and had tried different which regard it as the best medicine ever Bmedies for diarrhoea but kept get- the market for bowel comWtftia Worse I sent him this same put on Mrs G Fred plaints fpflwnedy Only four doses of it was ericktown Mo E This Gregory is the certainly says ne xwjuireu iu uure mm medcine ever put on the market Jives his recovery to this wonderful bestdyseutry summer coinplaits col- Â¬ for OIUUOV sutoji V tJiuxv infantum in children auvu xui oaiu uy xv j itamwick ic and cholerato give prompt relief It never falls when used in reasonable time and the 1 printed directions are followed R Vinegar used to wash the wall be- fany mothers have expressed their lLAUMhavinrv nlll lialri ltn uper l fio sincere gratitude for the cures it has uf o rBiilo effected For sale by R C Hard wick druggist Vinegar for soaking lamp wicks anes a oruimm ngut There is an idea that war is the IK- most noble occupation of men Be Â¬ erosenesim plifiea Jayndry work cause thewoi Id has adopted the idea bo nptyourdeceiTedt v arosena iaatarch prevents it from Kerosei will tnboj itar Â¬ I ito of flannel with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bind it on the affected parts and in one or two days the trouble has disappeared This same treatment will promptly cure a pain in the side or chest Mr E M Frey a prominent Boquet merchant of speaks very highly of Pain Balm and iaB recommenaations nave naa mucn do with making it popular there For sale by it U iiardwick druggist HORSE OWNERS For putting a horse in a fine healthy condition try Dr Cadys Condition Powders m They tone up the system aid digestion cure Vinegar anU sugar wijl make a I03 of appetite relieve constipation correct kidney disorders and destroy worms giving good stove polish new life to an old or over worked horse 25 West- - cents per package For sale by druggists In the vicinitv of Boriuet moreland Co Pa almost any one Kerosene is a counter irritant can tell you how to cure a lame back or stiff neck They dampen a piece Wonderful Marvelous TO are expressions frequently heard about cures effected by Clinic Kidney Cure Do not fail to try this great remedy for any kidney trouble For sale by K C Hardwick and C K Wyly Kerosene will remove bolts and bars rust from je nl 1 s r feiv Jv ij t yellow hue that I suppose was taken out of the back part of an old The Ocean Voyage to New York via Old wig Nothing renders a young per- Â¬ Dominion Steamship Oo son more amiable than virtue and modesty without the help of false All the excursionists to Old Point the who can afford to do so always go to hair red cow tail and D barber Diary of Anna Green New York via water on the palatial Wiuslow Alice Mono Earle steamers of the Old Dominion Co Tho Writing of Ben Hur and when you arrive at Old Point and General Lew Wallace in his lec- Â¬ see these floating palaces steaming ture ou Ben Hur recounts some past the Hygeia notel headed for the facts in connection with the writing great metropolis you grow more anxarouses the trip of that famous novel At the time ious for a curiosity It to take within a a little kind of he wrote the story General Wallace had never visited the Holy Land and ocean voyage just to see how it would under the circumstances his accurate feel and to experience being out of pictures are little short of marvelous sight of laud These large steamers All the information he had was ob- are supplied with every kind of con tained from personal acquaintances venience and the voyage of 24 hours who had traveled through Palestine on the mighty deep gives the pasand from reading the writings of senger an idea of a trip across The other authors A large map was be- ships are strongly built and are perThe meals on these fore him as he wrote and he con fectly safe No ships cannot be surpassed stantly had to draw on his imagination but in this respect he was al Â¬ grander sight can be found than ways fortunate and never made a when you round into the bay as you blunder in his descriptions In fact near New York and see hundreds of the Palestine of Ben Hur is gen vessels of all classes steaming to and erally regarded as authoritative and fro a glimpse at the wonderful General Wallace relates with keen Brooklyn bridge passiug the forts relish how a younger author wrote a tuat guard the commerce 01 the great story the sceneof which was laid in city which is now in sight and look tbe Holy Laud and stole all his de at the Goddess of Liberty with exscriptions bodily from Ben Hur1 tended hand to light you safely into General Wallace says that his hard- port and you are lauded ready for est task in writing the book was to sight seeing find a hero His favorite passage in Kerosene cleans brass but it the story is the scene of Ben Burs should be afterward wiped with house where he describes the mira- dry whiting cles of Christ General Wallace believes that more art is displayed in The Tenn Press Association which this passage than even in the famous has been spending a week at Cumberchariot race which is generally re- land Island off the Georgia coast garded as the strongest passage of passed through Atlanta on its homethe book ward trip on last Wednesday Quite a number of the editors stopped over Piotura of a Bachelor in Atlanta at the invitation of the Mr Joseph Tipton was a bachelor Cotton States and International Exof exceedingly methodical habits position Company and were entertained at a barbecue at the country Prim and neat in appearance he home of Mr W A Hemphill vice never effected any new fashions but president of the Exposition Company always looked exactly the same day They were given an electric car ride after day pepper and salt colored over the city and escorted over the Exposition grounds by a committee trou3ers with black cutaway coat from the Exposition Directory The had ever seen him in a differ No one party ent attire Not even when he was homes went on to their Tennessee Wednesday night much supposed to be indulging in a holipleasedwith the sights of the buildday did he condesaend to a more ing of the great Fair comfortable looking costume He was so much the creature of routine rrhn lipof n ntr n ro w www ITltT 4V fin llllfifir- that it would have been no comfort standing of the divine iliby study of is to have been in any other garments mo uuman in tnings superior iu than those he usually wore He was men we may alwaps look to nnd God short his figure had a slight idea of developing into rotundity but evi- Â¬ The Forum for August an unusudently it was onlya half formed idea ally attractive number has for its for he remained comparatively thin leader an article of profound interest He had a mild ordinary looking face entitled Tim Ttvantiafh npntnrv bv which he tried to make severe by cul- Justice Henry B Brown of the Um- tivating this rather thick eyebrows leu oiaies supreme court wno oneuy well over his eyes but if you took summarizes the changes of the Ninethe trouble to look underneath them teenth Centurv emnhasiziuer the and behind the gold rimmed glasses point that we are entering a more you would have discovered that his tnau usually critical period Speak eyes were of dull grayish hue the ing of the constitution he says that reverse of what he desired to make tho dnneffir ia nnf flint if ivill lift then appear Still the little irritable changed but that it will be regarded narrow lines about the mouth and as too sacred tocnange a mereietisih chin prevented his face from wearing MA B Hepburn president of the that benevolent look which would Third National Bank of New York have made children know he was explains the operations of the Bond their friend He was just the man Syndicate and points out the work it who held children and dogs at arms has accomplished length which showed a certain warp Lon I am doing a masters will and the in the little mans character service is at constant ecstacy There don Society is a joy in me so inexpressible that I This life has its problems and there know the will is Gods are men who spend their days trying Eerosens on a cloth will prevent- to solve them but what are they to Hat 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rr j wA fTlffJ util W What is r M Castoria is Dr Samuel Pitchers prescription for Infants and Children It contains neither Opium Morphine nor il7 XoweU Mass A other Narcotic substance It is a harmless substitute for Paregoric trops Sootbing Syrups and Castor Oil It is Pleasant Its guarantee is thirty years use by Millions of Mothers Costoria destroys Worms and allays feverishness Costoria prevents vomiting Sour Curd cures Diarrhoea and Wind Colic Castorift relieves teething troubles cures constipation and flatulency Costoria assimilates the food regulates the stomach and bowels giving healthy and natural sleep Cos Â¬ toria Is the Childrens Panacea the MbthersTFriend wnrcs contMmsg corea jMnvacr ana for fifteen minutes ihc scene was bril- Â¬ liant The smoke arose as Incense and pervaded the upper atmosphere until the stars were almost entirely obscured During this performance Bome giant crackers were produced and scores of them crackod the air The louder the noise the merrier were the peculiar foreigners who were celebrat Â¬ ing our national birthday But theso giant noise makers were mere popguns as compared with the final explosion of Celestial patriotism If John Milton and Signor Dante oould have witnessed the scene they might have written with keener Inspiration A string of giant crackers about twenty feet long and thicker than a mans arm was produced as a final crack o doom It was started by a Chinaman as big as Goliath He seemed to be the boss of the whole affair and when he marched forth with that big roll or log of fire the whole colony came down from their houses and porches to ionn a ring around It For fully five minutes there was pandemonium unequaled save actual artillery battle It Is Castoria Castoria la an excellent medicine for chil- Â¬ dren Mothers have repeatedly told me of its good effect upon their children Castoria Castoria is so well adapted to children that I recommenditassuperiortoanyprescription known to me Dr g C Osgood hi A Arcjier M D So Oxford St Brooklyn KY H Castoria is the best remedy for children of Onr physicians in the childrens depart kwhlch I am acquainted T hope the day is not meat have spoken highly of their experii Jar distant when mothers Trill consider the ence in their outside practice with Castoria f tealinterest of their children and use Casloria and although we only have among our f instead of the various quack nostrums which are destroying their loved ones by forcing opium morphine soothing syrup and other lurtful agents down their throats thereby sending them to premature graves Dr J F KEJCnELOE Conway Ark medical supplies what is known as regular products yet we are free to confess that the merits of Castoria has won us to look with favor upon it United Hospital and Dispensary Boston Mass Allsx C Smith Prtt CELEBBATTNO The Centaur Company 77 Murray Street New York City CHINAMEN 4 CELEBEATE jSMre prised the Waehingtonians k- Workfl Display Which Sur Â¬ When John Begins to Set Oft Fire-Crocera He Does It In a Way Which Reflects Great Credit on Ills h Patriotism tx I IM fc 0H I if i Letter stolid fellows who aimlessly iron and Everybody here had lots of fun on wash and wash and iron all day long jlhe Fourth of July and the children withnevera smile on their reflective Were not monopolists of mirth this faces time They had their share of the noise While whole baskets of crackers were nd tumult but there were many grown exploding the Chinamen with big Bo toen who took part in the delebration man candles in their hands would jump iThey were not Americans either but into and over the fire shooting off their Chinamen with almond eyes lonjr pig- - yellow fire balls in the air at the same tails and sallow complexions They time Their gaure shirts and wide know no more about the history of our trousers were in and out of the flames Fourth of July than a pig knows of so quickly that none of them caught pumpkin pie but their race knew all fire although they seemed to be run About making firecrackers long before ning great risks There was a peculiar onr Washington was born fire dance in which about forty partici There is a section south of Washing pated Each one of them Bwung out a toa known as Chinatown because string of crackers about five feet long and lighting one end they ran back and forth swinging these exploding strings over their heads while the baskets of explosives were hissing and banging about their feet Each string must have carried about two hundred crackers and the noise was almost deafening half a block away How they escaped losing their eyes or being deafened is almost miraculous Everything appeared to be done according to some Squads of them were dancers 6ystem and wielders of the enormous strings of explosives while others appeared to be expert with Roman candles Then there were three or four little Chinamen who handled the Chinese rockets funny looking things over two feet long They carried these fireworks into the middle of the street lighted the fuses and held them until they be- Â¬ gan to savagely spit fire and then tossed them into the air so that they A MEICAf MAN ON THE F0UBTH went sinuously far above the house- Â¬ several hundred laundrymen work and tops all the while sending forth sparks live there It is only about a quarter of red green and yellow hues until of a mile from the capitol building they exploded Jike mortars In the sky and is near Pennsylvania avenue So Four or five of them exploding at onee when all the Chinamen turned out at resulted in a veritable rain of fire which night to set off fireworkB everybody could be seen from many parts of the city The laundrymen who were not could see and enjoy their t They very seldom spend celebration any money and it was remarkable to see them acting like salamanders sat upon their windows wasting so much money in flame and porches in doorways and in grinning chattering like monkeys and smoke Not less than two hundred dol gesticulating lars were spent in Chinatown for fire- like idiots blinking their like Frenchmen and crackers and Roman candles and the with gleeful glitter All almond eyes of them bad street just big packs of square at crackers and lighting the BCmth of the avenue was filled from into threw early dusk till midnight with an eager fuses they occasionallyboys on them sidethe waited and cheered each the crowds of small crowd who Before little fellows real- Â¬ iresh outburst of sulphurous enthusiasm walks the attackthe the crackers were ized from the laundrymen It was manifest cracking and prancing that while John Chinaman is a very their feet sizzingthey ran wildly about away economical fellow he is a lavish Mel leaving theand packs in full possession of lean man in a celebration the pavements while Usually the doors and windows of the cheered lustily at their the Chinamen hasty retreat closed These peculiar houses in the Chinese quarter are packs smelled as no to the world or else darkness reigns powder ever smelled before and the within so that no one can see beyond smoke which filled the air was almost their portals but all of their homes suffocating There appeared to be an were wide open on the night of the aroma of burning opium but what Â¬ Fourth of July and the opium smoking ever it was it was terrible and almost tea drinkers were madly merry aa they terrifying to American nostrils 0 played with fire The habit of setting Towards midnight they brought put off firecrackers one at a time is appar Â¬ whole sheafs of American made sky- Â¬ ently an American idea for the so rockets to which they had attached called Celestials scorned such little ex- Â¬ bamboo tails with packs of firecrackers plosions They did not seem to think for aerial display These were fired off that even a whole pack at a time was by dozens In fact the entire celebra- Â¬ noisy enough for they brought out tion was carried on by wholesale whole basketfuls of firecrackers and They had evidently purchased set them off in the street all at once tamnnnta tvf tVin ntrwlr nf cwnnthe last ion1aH Battle crackle roar zip ping banr who disp0sed of them at cost The dis they exploded like volleys of musketry lavi6h tt3 ht hnve on a bkttlefleld The laundrymen were exnectod at inauguration time and at wlimuan cniiaren ana acted lkp a f government expense The skyrocket mow oV dancing grinning fire fiends part oi tne snow lasiea nearly nail an capering about with both hands full of hour but the firecrackers kept on pop Â¬ exploding crackers Their red cracl- - ping alltho time and the wild dancing ers were very small not more than of the Chinamen was as continuous as Jaaf the size of our crackers but they though an army of Japs was after fjrere twice as loud and to the end of them oli pack was attached a particularly Then came the colored lights The kiously sounding cracker of twice the curbstones were covered with little i Special Washington 1 oramary size wmen empnasizea tne close of each pack explosion with a decided bang When the explosion of a basketful of crackers was finished the ground for yards around would be covered with the red paper wrappers almost an Inch deep In the very midst of the fire and smoke these They laughed fellows played shouted and acted like escaped luna frics You could scarcely realize that they were the same solemn looking Â¬ funnjj-look-in- g I participating - If these peculiar foreigners commence celebrating our Fourth of July all over the country they may yet become citizens and take part in our elections They would surely vote for those politicians iwho might be shrewd enough to furnish them the most fireworks just as so manyof our misguided citizens vote for fire water dispensers In that event the Chinese would be the better and more patriotic citizens Each particular cracker Doomed like a field piece and finally four or more went off at once almost shatteringthe windows of the neighborhood -- And the Chinese Fourth was v over It waj the greatest Fourth of July celebration ever witnessed in this city ltwas unique because It was so unexpected and because the source was so surpris Â¬ ing It was not advertised but it drew an immense audience If anybody had expected that such a show was possible or probable every little boy in the city would have insisted upon being there It is quite likely that the Chinamen only ascertained late in the afternoon or evening that they could obtain all of those fireworks at what Americans call panic prices and that therefore the entire affair was- in a sense im- Â¬ promptu But however it was brought about the celebration was a success and every Chinese fire sprite In the District of Columbia was nresent and 1 The tiuwwhfuQliee could becaljed the Gibraltar of America andthe key to the St Lawrence and its much vaunted citadel ijn impregnable fortress is long since past A series of reÂ¬ markable admissions upon this score has just been made In an Interview with a New Xork Sun correspondent by a high official of the Canadian army The whole systexnof fortlncations Is so obsolete that they are now positively valueless and under vthe modern methods pf attack and defense It is certain that they would never be reformed At a distance of ten miles from the citadel whose fortifications designed by the duke of Wellington cost England some twenty five million dollarsmodern ships of war could sllencp and destroy the entire fortress within an hour The outer walls of Qnebeowhlcb cost the French government so muchiin treasure that one of tho klpffsnqnlredLlf they were hullt of gold are eyen more f worthless thari tbe ttponecttadeU Not half aUndjMtaa modern gashavo been mounteauponBny oQuebecs fortlflca tlottCwlthhi tkevjast century1 As1 a fortress the whole place is being gradually abandoned and three hun dred and fifty Canadian troops stationed inthe citadel would be withdrawn but fothpfact that tho ample barrack ac commodation affords better facilities f orhqnslng them thanthoso to be had elsewhere There are no possible means for protecting Quebec from the operations of a hostile fleet the advance of which must be checked by a naval defense at the mouth Of tho St Lawrence or in tho gulf One of the results of the neglect of Quebecs fortifications of late is that tourists and visitors find it much easier to obtain to admission the citadel and Its works and the once famous but now cram bllngtowers than heretofore In strik ing contrast to Halifax where no foreigner is permitted to view Its splendid new system of fortifications ana nobody but officers in uniform is admitted Inside its citadel Said They Wonld ttot Stand Agralnst Modern Aanswjk IEI1I The Main Street hand all at FURNITURE Jgealer i ItflttMtllllKIUrUHWUJUISSVUHHlUl Zr Jul 54k11 -r- -g A Complete and Beautiful Stock on MluDJvptTnA Fine Mfa Hf wp LOWEST Cash FIGURES IVt AMENM TLrrpzj 1WKM CSKPiMtHCUSSSit ABSOLUTELY PURE THE OLD hEOABLE Bed room Suits mm A S1 CIGARETTE WIORedllBTHAN lb mt Solid Oak fruity or s it MifdthaitetifThMi x rpw wwjBtai KLfOTHCR cJ jt m u i m Slitter From indigestion sour stotcaca acho flatulency distress after eating Mjifr WN ivri r FUKERAL WHEN YOU DIRECTOR YOU G oTo lead LOUISVILLE Have your Photograph made at Or Jb it a cose of lost appetite want oi energy weakness debility Are you nervous restless sleepless worn out in body and in mind Have you pains in tho baa head arms Buculders chest oips side 8 WYBRANTS CNEW STUDIO No 580 Fourth Avenue Are you filled with mal rla sallow complexion coated tongue n ht sweats dry cough chills and fever Louisville io Ky CSnRMSBBCTX If any of theso troubles ar yours thi thing you need is DR KINGS Yon Want to Stop Tobacco WHAT A KITTEN How a CAN DO YOU CAN BE CURED WHILE U8INO IT Utile Follow Stopped a Street Car SiitTH D A Fry fish Story from Maine A Lewiston man tells the most start Â¬ ling fish 6tory Four years ago he was fishing at Lake Auburn with a long silk line and a hook of his own manu- Â¬ facture In the afternoon of one May day he hooked a monster salmon which came to the surface three or four times and then broke the line under the keel of the boat One day last week he was up there fishing and about five hun Â¬ dred yards south of the island hooked a salmon which he pulled In by the aid of a scoop net Embedded In the lower jaw was his old hand made hook EffsTs In the Caleitlal Kingdom In China fresh eggs are not very much esteemed but when an egg becomes thirty or forty years old It Is Office over Planters Bank INCURABLE considered a great delicacy and at one HOPKINSVILLE - KY hundred it Is a dish fit for a king They have a way of burying the eggs and It We know that it sounds quackish takes about thirty days to render a PHYSICIAN And SUKGEON pipkled egg fit to eat Some of the old to talk about the Electropoise curing eggs have become as black as Ink and OFFICE Fifth and Mnin itreete opposite one of the favorite Chinese dishes for incurable diseases but bear in mind 1 CUt Court Room -invalids is made up of eggs which are TELEPHONE NO 5 preserved in jars of red clay and salt he fact that is the old treatment length held in check one morning recently the down town traffic over the City and Suburban railroad says the Baltimore Sun A summer car stopped to take passengers when the kitten standing on tho sidewalk leisurely in specting the car suddenly determined on a personal investigation of the inside workings ojt rapid transit She ran out into the lretimmediately underneath the heavy battery of the car and began damberhjgiaboutftie machinery The conductor andveral of the passengers saw her and an effort was made to chase the kitten away Canes and nm brellas wcroJthrusunderncathlthe jcar at herand many emphatic commands to shooifwero given ibutitwaa evident shenvast6 new lnlhp world tip under Â¬ stand English The passengers enjoyed the joke at first but wben it Boemed that the kit ten did not intend tojsQmejrot those in a hurry to begfn thedayB toil became impatient and the number of the res- Â¬ cuers augmented rapidly More canes and more umbrellas were thrust at her likewisot more speeches ofc a wicked turn But she remained undisturbed aud curled up as if she liked things in general and meant to spend the day there When at last it appeared to the hurried passengers and irate conductor that the only thing to do was to start the car and crush out the poor little kittens life she came to tho conclusion that there are other pleasures in the world besides rapid transit and walked out with the satisfied air of one who had completely set at rest the cravings of curiosity Then the car proceeded One little ldtten nbout five inches in in Baltimore ROYAL 6ERMETUEJI fIn tho gentlest and happiest wy and with the greatest certainty known to med ical sctoncGj GERMETUER removes from tho system tho symptoms namei above giving strength in place of weakness joy ous health in place of sickness Therois no other remedy like It and none that oap do its work Apd then it if a roal pleasure to takeit Little children take it ftithJlipnirand it cures -- like magic 5100 6 Joc SOlxr All druggists BEEffiffiM J SoldyXpwft v J5F YOU cUyggft Professional Cards T HAiiBERY fiuK Bell HANBERYfBELl Tbe habit of using tobacco grows on a man until grave diseased conditions are produced Tobacco causes cancer of tna mouth audi stomach dyspepsia loss of memory r nervous affection congestion of the retina and wasting of the optic nervo resulting in impairment Of vision even to tbe extentof blindness dlzzinets or vertigo tobacco asth nia nightly suffocation dull pain in region of heart followed later by sbarp pains palpi- heart disease It also causeslosa of vitality QUIT BEFORE IT IS TOO To quit suddenly is too severe a shock td system as tobacco toan inveterate jucer the be- comes a stimulant that his system eonlnuaHyr craves BAcco coROMsa sclentigattoa to- liable vegetable remedy guaranteedHteTeper fectly harmless and which hasTjeen lnpse ton- the last 28 years having enred thoustrids of habitual tobacco users smokers chew ers andl muff dippers Yon can nte all the tobacco you want whiletakingBACco ctfRo It will notify1 you whew to Stop WE 01VEA WRITTEN JlMItAMEE to permanently cure anyase with three boxes or refund the moriey with ten per cent interest Bacco cubo is not a substitute but a jrelin able and scientific cure which absolutely de- strovs the craving for tobacco without thefcldl of willpower and with n6 inconvenience It leaves the synm mirenrii fr rcom nico- Mneas the ay yo took your fl chew or fOlfltlTRll rtrnirctata Ht ti rtn tvrn boxes uirty days treatment and p OoAhak TBc wurk HCOor sent direct upon recelpj of Puce Send s two cent stamps for samfk bci booklkTasb fbOOfs rati EurekaCbem Ical 4 Manufactvring Company Manufactur- ng Chemists La Crose Wisconsin LE s i V i mlu Dr Matthew Practice In the Courts of Christian and ad oinlng counties Office CltyBll building Court Square HOPK1NSVIIXE KY Henry Kollock Regular Gnduateand Registered Physician Formerly Assistant Surgeon in U S Navy af Â¬ terwards Post Surgeon Ui s Army and later Surgeon British Marine Service two years experience as Physician with Hot at Springs Ark will welcome the sick and af- Â¬ flicted at His Office where consultation with one of the Xost Successful Doctors of the presant age is cordially invited All will receive kind and honorable treatment and permanent cures guaranteed in every case undertaken FRANK EIYES HojDkinsville ATW office Oer Planters Bank Ky W S WITHERS iT LAW Dr Matthew Henry Kollock Treats Succeseiully All Chronic and Long Standing Diseases hospital methods Andrew SergentM D Skebritt Paper Catarrh Ulcers AstmafAfeated i by latest Blood an JA Spoi - Tnm o r s Eczema SYPHIL18 and all troubles arising fromin Impure state of the blood promptly and completely eradicated forever from the Bystem restoring health and purity Weakbackfreqnent and burning urine eases of the Skin ease Dis- Â¬ water which has pronounced the case incurTABLE TRICKS The Old Lady Wa Not Up on Modern Caitomi Such a dear old rustic lady sat next me at a dinner the other night It was quite a swell affair In a fine restaurant and when the coffee stage was reached Bhe declined It and asked for a cup of tea which had to be brewed expressly for her I saw her fidgeting around says a writer hVthe Louisville Post so I asked her Can I reach you anything I conHflnd my napkin ring she whispered There are none was my next re- Â¬ mark Aint none Mercy mel Why HH Painterest Kidney and Urinary y t aDd able We do not make the claim Hanger at Low ALL WORK Done with Neatness and Dispatch and that we can cure all so called incura ble diseases but we do maintain with with all earnestness that a case pronounced incurable 8th street next oScVHonkinsvind Ky BHQP Prios topBBearft allmesj Hnn rttn bladder of both sexes promptly and safely cured will receive special lJOUIC70 treatment for all - and careful theirmany dis- Â¬ forlioQ jf 1 Four-and-a-ha- lf Private DiseasesGTttT pihIbabi k Dr -P- H Wallade SURGEON Hopinsville Ky u fl f DAln nit Votan tu Telephone physician is a splendid field for the OFFICE lip1 stairs opposite Residence office 6rner Ninth and Main corner Main and Seventeenth operation of the Electropoise It may be just the treatment necessary by your family HYSICIAN f E C ANEEfSSON i WJs--j and is quite likely to be so If it fails not the custom I answered Well It seems kind of slouchy she this is no argument against the We always have em at home said Poise but in such a case the fact A napkin ring Implies that the napkin Is to be used again I explained and that would not be considered good of the physicians statement is proven form Her tea had not come and the poor old soul felt grumpy I suppose to be trueBnt manys the patient so this is what I got in sections Good form Mercy mei I never saw such a who has been given up by his physi- Â¬ lot of fads as people are getting Must not cut fish vlth your knife and cant cian who has again received life have butter unless you ask for it and having ice cream In the middle of your through treatment of the Electropoise She had received a punch bedinner tween the sweetbreads and the duck And no tea unless you disturb the whole table and four or five kinds of VALUABLE BOOIfrFREE liquor she meant wine and women drinking it and men smoking right ADDRESS here before us and you mustnt take your fowl In your fingers Well I do wonder how I ever lived all these years not knowing any of these tricksl Her 613 FOURTH AVertufc tea reached her then and I heard no LOCISVILMC KENTUCKY more from her not Its Phy Offloe WWEMSurgeon C tlons ImpotencyMelapcholy Dizziness Loss of Energy and Confidence the dreadful effects of Early Ve which bringaOrganio Weakog unfitting one for business study or tnwtnr of life treated with never failing BUccessoJba1 examination the urinary deposits a todv sSi ment will often be found and sometimes small particles pf albumen will appearor the color will be of a thin mllklfh hue again changing to a dark and turbid anDearanr will guaranteeaperfect cure in all such doctorand n Ca8e8 Healthy restoration of over Bank of Hopklnsvjlle Hours rom to fmandS to 4 pm Junius Offiie iiDuit dH o P WJtITE vour tronhlpd if thecltr- - You can becured MhomSbyromS pondfence Absolute secrecy in Sofe organs the genltureufinary ni 5ionol dnltnn and medicine sent from observation are never published Tegtimpnlals of Mitlents Bank referncea to mv responsibflity -- 9 Addres rK 0EIUT1ST over Kellys Oetfebtf Storp Dr Kojlock 61S Ohnrch- Street - - Ky HOPKINSVJLLE r FIRST NATIONAL Xf B aPER W xtBavinp lil 1 jennr i W GRAY PROP Hotel Henderson hj i J Entirely new- asa flrstjOlasai inJ all Kjapepte ExcollentrSarapJo Rooms nd ervice UBeqiildiiitheTcity dubojs Webb vntttMT- - 25ntt Nothing but firet claaa work and all done in latest fashion 0F SATISFACTION GUARANTEED SHAVI NGiO SHAMPOOING 25 HAIR CUTTING S iJVHiTfvNBABMAlN i no LPkdbb ueaaersciBr - Proprietor Ky JLjl July 26 1895 it HOPKINSVIDLE KENTTTCKIAN v WfM 3 7 fi three weeks third Mondyin Mty HraL l wo weeks flr Monday la SeptmbMena three A weeks Christie -- Faurtb Monday In February erm six tm ki first Monday In Jane term iv Monday In September four ween t term six we ReeOnd Monday In April term OAllowa rsJMonaav n August term three wsakjk two weoftUcond Monday In November term threwtltS i Monday In May term two LTOJi f weeks first Monday in August term two Veekstflrp tMonnday l December term two weeks i 7 Oirouit in February i Ttnnwit Court Dir6tory Mnnrinv Mrs Anna Gage Deputy IF S wife of Ex- The Peo rVeFaity Marshal CoiumbusKan sys I was delivered n f j f Dr Kollock in Nashville Tfntmlnr nradtintn and Rpfrlatnrpil PlivsIMan Formerly Assistant Surgeon U 8 If avy after- waras ros ourgeon u b Army ana iawi Ruraeon British Marine Service with two yearaexperloncos physician at Hot Springs Vol X page 135 the largest and most important worn in the world oeing in srn 4 A ffftnlca wa tinliiMAx f church Jot BiMe He la noted as theldlscoverer ihe acttvJSjlprinclplelof gelsemlnum a epeel- - a1 ttit fIa s a lnvrfA 4 Catarrh Syphilis Lost Manhood and General ft Pf world and has made mrny cure3 given np by i5 other physicians Vendomo Bulldinjr i 1 Vinorraf will oof rliihfritiR find blue in ginghams creeii A Sound Liver Makes a Well Man Are you bilious f rnnViloH TxrJfti k od tonsrue I bad taste in mouth foul breath coat dyspepsia indigestion hot drv skin pain in back and be tween the shoulders chills and fever etc If you haveany of these symp Â¬ toms your liver is out of order and your blood is slowly being poisoned because your blood does not act properly Herbine will cure any disorder of the liver stomach or bowels It has no equal as a liver medicine Price 75 cents Free trial bottles at E 0 Hardwicks drug store intitirlinfl sick headache constipated or Vinegar is an antidote for poison Â¬ ing by alkalies t Ballards Snow Liniment Mrs Hamilton Cambridge Ills says 1 had the rheumatism so bad I could not raise my hand to my head Ballards SnoW Liniment has entirely cured me I take pleasure in inform ing my neighbors and friends what it has done for me Chas Handler clerk for Lay Lyman Kewance Ills advises us Snow Liniment cured him of Rheumatism Why not try it It will surely do you good It cures all Inflamation Wounds Sores Cuts Sprainetc Free trial bottle at K C Haticks drug store Vinegar will brighten copper I have used Hoods Pills and find them to be- the best J B Simmons Pembroke Ky iittitiH i Vinegary ft Dlact eye and brown paper will heal Ballards Horehound Syrup We guarantee this to be the best Cough Syrup manafactured in the whole wide world This is saying a great deal but it is true For Con sumption Coughs Colds Sore throat Sore Chest Pneumonia Bronchitis fe and all disease of the Throat and Lungs we postively guarantee Bal- Chamberlains Eye and Skin Ointment lards Horehound Syrup to be without la unequalled for Eczema Tetter Salt an equal on the whole face of the Bheum Scald Head Sore Nipples Chapped globe In support of this statement Hands Itching Piles Burns Frost Bites he replied to recollection her confusion It is related to Joe Jefferson that ho was one day intro duced to Gen Grant an event that naturally impressed him strongly Later in the day according to the New York Mail and Express he got into an elevator of the hotel at which they A short heavy set wore both stopping man also got In lifted his hat to Jeffer Â¬ son and made some remark I beg your pardon Your face ia familiar to me but I cannot recall the name said Gen Grant courteously the actor gavto his name I got off at the next floor for fear I should ask him if he luid ever been in the war Jefferson said in relating this story Worse than that he once forgot his own name Ho had gone into 4 post office at some small resort where he was unknown and asked the clerk if there was any mail for him Whats the name asked the clerk Name Oh yes certainly Why lets seel I play Kip Van Winkle you know Jefferson said the astonished and delisted Yes Jefferson thanks clerk he answered politely as he received his mall and bowed himself out Â¬ 1 Fromthe Atom and Patriot Monlpcller t Eight years ago Geo Hutchinson moved fronrBradford to Chelsea Vtj and bought utes and He was themrwmill at the latter place Â¬ scarcely any pain kfliwn at one of the strongest men in that On Dec 1002 while at work in after using only nu lecion the mill he was struck in the back by a two bottles of flying board which seriously injured him Â¬ and incapacitated him for urork of any MOTHERS kind Asa result of this Locomotor Atasia Â¬ set in this is a form of paralysis which deprives the patient of all use of his lower FRIEND The Argus Patriot interviewed limbs Mr Hutchinson to day saod hfs story is DID HOT SUFFEB AFTEttWARD hsre given in his own words My back ached continually and my legs Bant by Express or matt on receipt of price Â¬ began to grow numb and to be less and lesa SlTee per liottle Book TO MOTUKU91 mailed trie uble By the lHh of Aprjl I could do ATtANTi OA BHADFIELD 11EGUL1T0B CO absolutely nothing and was scarcely able to SOLD BY AIXDRCd GISTS stand Mv physicians adrised me to go to the Mary tletchor Hospital at Burlington to be treated and I took their advice When FORGOT HIS OWN NAME I left home my friends bade me good bye never expecting to see me alive again Bat Jefferson Remembered That H The physicians at the hospital told me that Playad Rip Van Winkle my case was a serious oni and I was com- discouraged Some of the most amusing stories of I remained at the Eletely seven weeks and took the medicines the tricks of memory are those which which the doctors gave me I felt better at illustrate the facility with which proper the hospital and thought that I was recovernames escape the recollection They ing and went home to continue their treat elude you like prcased pigs Then I rhent which 1 did for two months and also had it on the end of my tongue and bod an electric battery under their advice The improvement howeverdid not continue I recall your face but for the life of August 1st and I began to give up hope me I cant place you are so common Â¬ 18931 could not eet out of my chair without ly heard oa to excite no comment By assistance and if I got down upon the floor I the way how do you spell your name could not get up alone About this time I inquired a young lady of an old ac- chanced to read an acconnt of the wonder ful curative powers of Dr Williams Pink Â¬ Pills for Pale People in cases similar to my Â¬ own X dm not have any taith in tne ruts but thought a trial could do no harm so I bHught some without telling anyone what I was going to do After I had been taking them some time I found that for the first time in months I was able to walk down to the post ofllce and my neighbors began t dis cuss the marked improvement inniy health To the fancy there is nothing so As I eontinued the medicine I continued to sooh recommenced work winsome as a white sail seaward improve and first very lightly fnd in in the mill at bound unless it be a white sail home creasing as I was able and as I gained in bound its voyage happily done health and spirits and now for the past three months I have been working ten hours day almost as steadily as I ever did The Ohignon 1771 feel well cat well and sleep as well as I have I had my heddus roll on Aunt ever did aud I talkedno pain anywhere jren with several other The reporter Storer said it ought to made tlemen in regard to the oasoof Mr Hutchin he might on less Aunt Doming said it ought not makewho stated that any statement credence would be entitled to entire to be made at all It makes my head Dr Williams Pink Pills contain all the itch and ache and burn like anything elements necessary to give new life and shattered blood J06EPH JEFJ EBSON mama This famous roll is not made richness to the are forand restore druggists sale by all nerves They quaintance She took this way of re Â¬ wholly of a red cow tail but is a or may be had by mail from Dr Willfams calling without embarrassment a mixture of that and horsehair very Medicine Company Schenectady N Y for name that unaccountably escaped her coarse and a little human hair of 30c per box or 6 boxes for 250 of TWINS in less than 20 min Â¬ with Ian tr Representatives of the Peoples Party met in convention at the court- Â¬ house Monday July 10 Squire R C Crenshaw of Peo Dee was unanimously nominated candi date for the legislature and the fol lowing resolutions were adopted Resolved That wo the Peoples Party of Christian county in conven tion assembled endorse the state platform as enunciated at Louisville on July 4th and 5th 1895 and recommend the nominees for state of- Â¬ fices td all honest liberty loving pa triots of the State as being worthy of their confidence and support Resolved That since the Demo Republican parties of the State of Kentucky have laid aside old differences and are now a unit for the British system of gold add bonds and have thrown down the gauntlet on that issue we take up the gauntlet and accept the terms of warfare on the money question and invite all who believe in the American system of free and unlimited coinage of sil- Â¬ ver and gold at the ratio of 16 to 1 to co operate and vote with us to free our country from the avaricpus grasp of the gold monopoly whose reedy demands have in two and one- alf years cost the people 162000000 in interest bearing bonds to maintain their standard Resolved That we recommead our candidate for the legislature R C Crenshaw as a man of unimpeachable honor and morality in both public and private life and assure the people of Christian county that if elected he will faithfully attend to their interests W E Wabfield Jr Secy A Miracle in Vermont with an Incurable DUeae and ret Cured THE WONDERFUL EXPERIENCE OF A WELL KNOWN CHELSEA MAN CERULEAN SPRINGS H Stricken T This famous health and pleasure resort the oldest in Western Kentucky the O V Railroad 14 miles from Princeton nd 16 mtles froru Honkinsville and is open the year round SIX TRAINS AILX- is situated on W Triors Couiatv Kentucky GUNN CO Maers In THE HOTEL ACCOMODATIONS ARE UNSURPASSED Sufyhur and Chalybeate Water- TomnBratiirfl nf Abundance failino- Snlnhur Water fifi flfirees flowint from a bold and neve RANT V JJXVUUlJlil JL TfTiTTAV KJ TT1XT AAA rWFTAND JLfrA XXXI TvmTTTVT XXnUli1 Address Managers- Bates reasonable and made known on application soring Summer season now open u 3z For Descridtive Pamphlet and full particulars OO Chalybeate Springs G EO L DIAL Proprietor ZECiEisrr-craKsr- f There Is no longer any excuse for the people to remain In the cities through the warm summer mouths for the want ofaccomodatlons at the CHALYBEATE SPRINGS at SE7 BREE KY The proprietor GL Dial has reeentlr built ahousawltha uumber of good weil ventilated rooms within twenty yards of the Springs sufficiently elevated which make it quite a desirable for quiet rest and health seb2se3E wfwwf jseorEs 700 Eer Tleefe 115 THE GREAT SUMMER RESOfjT 15 DAWSON SPRINGS DAWSON Ho kins County KENTUCKY These celebrated chalybeate and salts spring are situated immediately upon the Chesa Â¬ 0 peake Ohio and Southwestern RK 105 miles west of Louisville Ky and 58 miles east of Iaducati Ky THE ARCADIA IIOU3E is new and neatly furnished with capacity ot entertalnlnc 300 nprsnns Tne owners or tne hotel are also owners ot tiie springs ana ine truests 01 the Area- dla House have FREE ACCESS to the Sorlnes without extra charge Invalids should remem ber that the months of June and July oner many advantages to persons visiting the Springs The dry and liquid salts are manufactured a these Springs For pamphlets etc apply to N M HOLES AN 5 CO Proprietors WT Formerly with Alexander Grant Propr T Grant f Clerks E B Baldwin B we refer to every individual who has Chronic Sore Eyeaand Granulated Eys Lids ever used it and to every druggists For sale by druggists at 25 cents per box who has ever sold it Such evidence TO HORSE OWNERS is indisputable Free trial bottle at For putting a horse in a fine healthy conR C Hardwicks drug store dition try Dr Cadys Condition Powders Vinegar and sugar wil make a good stove polish In the vicinity of Boquet Westmoreland Co Pa almost any one can tell you how to cure a lame back or stiff neck They dampen a piece of flannel with Chamberlains Pain Balm and bind it on the affected parts and in one or two days the trouble has disappeared This same treatment will promptly cure a pain in the side or chest Mr E M Frey a prominent merchant of Boquet speaks very highly of Pain Balm and his recommendations have had much to do with making it popular there For sale by R C Hardwick druggist a lame pack Vinegai and salt will strengthen They tone up the system aid digestion cure loss of appetite relieve constipation correct kidney disorders and destroy worms giving new life to an old or over worked horse 25 cents per package For sale by druggists Kerosene is a counter irritant Wonderful Marvelous aie expressions frequently heard about cures effected by Clinic Kidney Cure Do not fail to try this great remedy for any kidney trouble For sale by R 0 Hardwick and C K Wyly Kerosene will remove rust from bolts and bars Dont He has a bad attack of colic and is making for C K Wylys drug store after a bottle of Foleys Colic and Diarrhoea Cure 25o and 60c For sale by R C Hardwick and C K Wyly Stop Him Mrs Bhodie Noah of this place was taken in the night with cramping pains and the next day diarrhoea She took half a bottle of no relief blawberry cordial but She then sent me to see if I had any thing that would help her I sent her a bottle of Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy and the first dose relieved her Another of our neighbors had been sick for about a week and had tried different remedies for diarrhoea but kept getting worse I sent him this sanie remedy Only four doses of it was required to cure him Ho says he owes his recovery to this wonderful remedy Mrs Mary Sibley Sidney Mich For sale by R C Hardwick seSt gt Kerosene will remove fresh paint Last summer one of our grand children was sick with a severe bow- Â¬ el trouble Our doctors remedies failed then we tried Chamberlains Colic Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy which gave very speedy relief We regard it as the best medicine ever put on the market for bowel complaints Mrs E G Gregory Fred ericktown Mo This certainly is the best medicine ever put on the market for dyseutry summer complaits col- Â¬ ic and cholera infantum in children It never fails to give prompt relief druggist when used in reasonable time and the plain printed directions are followed Vinegar used to wash the wall be Many mothers have expressed their fore bjring will help the paper to sincere gratitude for the cures it has StlCiu effected For sale by R C Hard A sf i There is an idea that war is the most noblo occupation of men Be- Â¬ Kerosenesim plifies laundry work cause the world has adopted the idea be not you deceived r prevents it from Kerosene instarch Kerosene will remove tar atjcVng Jf Vinegar for soaking lamp wicks makes a brilliant light wick druggist yellow hue that I suppose was taken out of the back part of an old The Ocean Voyage to New York via Old wig Nothing renders a young perDominion Steamship Oo son more amiable than virtue and BEASONONBLL RATES modesty without the help of false All the excursionists to Old Point hair red cow tail and D the who can afford to do so always go to CORNER TWELFTH AND MAIN STREET barber Diary of Anna Green KY New York via water on the palatial Winslow Alice Mono Earle BAR BARBER SHOP steamers of the Old Dominion Co HOT AND COLD BATHS The Writing of Ben Uur and when you arrive at Old Point and General Lew Wallace in his lec- - see these floating palaces steaming 31ScMSgsj WMMMMM ture on Ben Hur recounts some past the Hygeia hotel headed for the m facts in connection with the writing great metropolis you grow more anx- Â¬ arouses ill of that famous novel At the time ious for the trip It to take within a IS a little kind of a curiosity he wrote the story General Wallace CLARKSVILLE TENN iPJ had nover visited the Holy Land and ocean voyage just to see how it would 11 feel and to experience being out of under the circumstances his accurate of pictures are little short of marvelous sight of land These large steamers All the information he had was ob- Â¬ are supplied with every kind of con- HI tained from personal acquaintances venience and the voyage of 21 hours who had traveled through Palestine on the mighty deep gives the pasand from reading the writings of senger an idea of a trip across The other authors A large map was be- ships are strongly built and are per- w G The meals on these fore him as he wrote and he con- Â¬ fectly safe Ifli No M ships cannot be surpassed stantly had to draw on his imagina ir grander sight can be found than tion but in this respect he was al j when you round into the bav as vou 11 ways iortunate anu never made a I12J After 4diyears experience we feel confident that orders entrusted blunder in his descriptions In fact near New York and see hundreds of to us will be executed in a skillful ana artistic manner the Palestine of Ben Bur is gen- vessels of all classes steaming to and m erally regarded as authoritative and fro a glimpse at the wonderful JVone but the best used General Wallace relates with keen Brooklyn bridge passing the forts BJ M relish how a younger author wrote a that guard the commerce of the erreat m 0trMR F M WHITLOW is our Solicitor for work city which is now in sight and look 1 story the sceneaf which was laid in the Holy Land and stole all his de- at the Goddess of Liberty with ex- Â¬ m scriptions bodily from Ben Hur tended hand to light you safely into General Wallace says that his hard- Â¬ port and you are lauded ready for est task in writing the book was to sight seeing jsjjggtew f find a hero His favorite passage in Kerosene cleans brass but it VtaV s siWVMLti Lf the story is the scene of Ben Hurs should be afterward wiped with house where he describes the mira- Â¬ dry whiting cles of Christ General Wallace believes that more art is displayed in The Tenn Press Association which this passage than even in the famous has been spending a week at Cumberchariot race which is generally re- land Island off the Georgia coast garded as the strongest passage of passed through Atlanta on its homethe book ward trip on lqst Wednesday Quite a number of the editors stopped over COR SEVENTH AND VIRGINIA STS Picture of a Baohelor in Atlanta at the invitation of the Mr Joseph Tipton was a bachelor Cotton States and International Ex- Â¬ HOPKINSVILLE KENTUCKY VGood Rigs with or without drivers furnished day or night Special rates to Commer exceedingly methodical habits position Company and were enterof tained at a barbecue at the country Good lot room adjoining NICE WAITING ROOM FOR LADIES Prim aud neat in appearance he home of Mr W A Hemphill vice ciilmen never effected anv new fashions but president of the Exposition Compauv TWO SEPARATE SCHOOLS UNDER ONE MANAGEMENT always looked exactly the same day They were given an electric car ride -BOWLING GREEN SOUTHERN and after day pepper and salt colored over the citygrounds escorted over the Exposition bv a committee trousers with black cutaway coat from the Exposition Directory The Co No one had ever seen him in s differ- party went on to their Tennessee 11 ESTABLISHED 16T0 ent attire Not even when he was homes Wednesday night much supposed to be indulging in a holi pleasedwith the sights of the build COLLEGE BUSINESS GREEN BOWLING SOUTHERN NORMAL SCHOOL day dia ne condesoend to a more mg of the great Fair Teachers Scientific and Classic The great Business Training School of the South I English 1 Courses Music Art and Elocution provided Book Keepingr Short hand Telegraphy Type He comfortable looking costume Pupils can enter at I for Low rates of board and tuition ocna kk Writincr and Penmanship was so much the creature of routine 1 catalogue Tho best way to reach an under- anytime Send for catalogue that it would have been no comfort standing of the divine is by study of 3Uention Course dsslred Address CHEY BO PropTs Bowltaf arson Ky to have been in any other garments tne numan In things superior to than those he usually wore He was men we may alwaps look to find God short his figure had a slight idea of The Forum for August an unusudeveloping into rotundity but evidently it was only a half formed idea ally attractive number has for its Every one knows we are artists in woolen for he remained comparatively thin leader an article of profound interest fabrics and the most fashionable aalors in He had a mild ordinary looking face entitled The Twentieth Century by the city We guarantee fits and absolute- Â¬ which he tried to make severe by cul Justice Henry B Brown of the Unitivating diis rather thick eyebrows ted States supreme court who briefly ly dont want our customers to pay for any well over his eyes but if you took summarizes the changes of the Nineemphasizing the the trouble to look underneath them teenth Century clothes that are not thoroughly satisfactory Our and behind the gold rimmed glasses point that we are entering a more stock of spring woolens is now complete embracing you would have discovered that his than usually critical period Speakof dull grayish hue the ing of the constitution he says that eyes were all the latest designs in London specials and Foreign reverse of what he desired to make the danger is not that it will be importations exclusive with us No one else can them appear Still the Utile irritable changed but that it will be regarded narrow lines about the mouth aud as too sacred to change a mere fetish show them chiu prevented his face from wearing MA B Hepburu president of the that benevolent look which would Third National Bank of New York have made children know he was explains the operations of the Bond We invite you to call and their friend He was just the man Syndicate and points out the work it are always the very best who held children and dogs at arms has accomplished see for yourself and get prices lengtn wnicn snowed a certain warp T I am doing a masters will and the in tne little mans character Lonservice is af constant ecstacy There don Society is a joy in me so inexpressible that I This life has its problems and there know the will is Gods are men who spend their days trying Kerosens on a cloth will prevent to solve them but what are they to hat iron from scorching 108 MAIN STREET the problems of the hereafter ARLINGTON HOTEL LOUISVILLE MMWMWMMMM SAMUEL HODGSON Manufacturer and Importer ITALIAN MAEBLI SOOTGHi SWEDE and the most de J sirable EASTERN RANITE MONUMENTS TABLETS and STATUARY material j 1 1 1 flgfgEarsasglsSPJsif asnisnagssnsl m Saayasa Lhery Feed And ale Stable Sum miOMcmlmi jCgl r mn HOW TO DRESS NEATLY OUR TRIMMINGS NTOBIN FASHIONABLE TAILOR id n rAft hi 1 MP6J j S mm im tPifWiltrNinitfimidrCC 1 8l IV HOPKINS IIsfcE KENTUCKiAtf J BELL-BUCkNE- R- 11 if JvLrf tin i k I Tpf July 6 1806 ARS TO Jt DBYK8 rJBRTECTT r JSWLjULjLJBMmmmimmmmmmmmmmmmmmm t Mt mmmmmnrmnmnrtmmnnmm HBKi y t Urlliiant Church VeUllng of Couple ft rromlncnf W Js t A it f v wt SILVER NOT 16 TO wrrf-fcTr S c V fei covers and other valuable improvements One carload of Sideboards different sizes in Oak Ash uuny iJircn wnn or wuuout varvea ranais xevei jriaieniirror nau canoaaoi Trilby JtJaby Car- Â¬ riages two carloads of Parlor Furniture in Buites and odd pieces upholstered in all styles up to Plushes Tapestries Brocatelles and Leather Other consignments came with the Bame train includ Â¬ ing Queensware Cutlery Cotton and Hair Mattresses Woven Wire Beds Etc Democrats Repub- Â¬ licans Populists Prohibitionists the coming woman and every political freak should remember that we take gold silver or greenbacks and give you two dollars worth for one every time at Jefferson between Fourth and Fifth through to Green Avenue Answering the argument of the village mer- Â¬ chant about trading at home by PAYING FREIGHT 200 MILES FROM LOUISVILLE L mn x au jlioo xiw I that vou eet better treatment better termB and better values at the Jfeoples Favorite Place for Furniture and Carpets than anywhere else on earth The politicians sweat and Bwear over the financial question The keen close shrewd buyers know they can get 100 to 1 from us They are tired of paying two prices to the old fogy regular dealers and installment houses that live by the sweat of the tongue and misrepresentation are slim waisted and lantern jawed but the wise man or woman who Btudies values and methods get dead on to S T MoOUE OOS system of putting CARPETS FUBNITUREETC Into the peoples hands without freight commissions or the numerous money eaters of a half dozen middlemen Train loads of goods are rushed through by fast freight they arehustled into our ware rooms and sold under the whip and spur of the most urgent financial needs factory cost is knocked in the head and the financial question is solved by your good sense while politicians are discussing their preambles Yesterday we received the following consignments One carload Columbia Refrigerators and Ice Boxes They are furnished with charcoal sheathing extra heavy doors durable v to m lU MANUFACTURERS AGENTS LOUISVILLE EHMIT IS T at r MOORE CO FERSONAI pro- GOSSIP 1 GvJ Lnmediatelv after the weddinsr as soon as congratulations were over Capt ami Mrs Bell left for the grooms handsome home in the coun try at Bell in South Christian The groom is one of the most prominent and substantial citizens of the county He was a handsome widower who earned his military title in the Confederate armv No man in the county stands higher ior integrity o cnaracter or enjoys to a greater extent the confidence and esteem of those who know him His bride is a representative of one of the best families in the county and is greatly beloved by a large circle of friends for her many endearing characteristics of mind and heajt xne AENrDCKUN wishes them the happiest of futures and a full fruition of their brightest hopes mid-dle-atre- cationto The new Baptist church was dedi- Â¬ cated matrimonially yesterday after noon with the brilliant weddiug of Capt Cincinnatus D Bell to Miss Mattie U Buckner The weddlnsr occurred at 530 p m and the church was filled in every nook and corner with the invited guests the crowd being limited only by the capacity of the two large rooms of the building The ushers who preceded the bri- Â¬ dal couple were Mesers Frank Bell L L Buckner W C Bell and F WJ Buckner The happy couple entered to the sweet strains of the wedding marcn and pausing in tront oi m oiaiiu uiu ceremony mat puuuu wem was pronounced by Rev Chas H Nash who came home from Bards town where he was spending his va PH aiiABMiiViimMrtffiVifmi MW HAVB rOOK EXES EXAMINED The rertlrinft of broken snectaeles and ad ustlBg properly to the faoe by M X Kelly- s not equaled in thle psrt oi the oonntry tAlfJfJni 3S MM 3r i CRAVESCONDY JEWELERS 1 iBgrajin aid Priatiof siting Cards WtdditK iDTifatkfi et GUSOUNG has the Agency for the 4 see Sautes and Get Prlc Champion Mowers and Reapers f i officiate f HP9HBPrwfWfOOfOBBJW tSSr JU Wrx k d Do you Wear Hats If So Come and see ours The wHk Surprise1 tJ All Trimmed Base Ball HEBE AND THERE A Largo Crowd will 1L it i V Sreen Ground has been broken for the osed electric car line at Bowling f Choice bird seed at Armisteads Wm C Wells of Golden Pond Trigg county has been granted a pension Butter color at T D Armisteads The campmeeting at Kuttawa began yesterday and will last about two weeks r 1ft i i i N m if- - 14 P 3 ill si f A 4 -s J WH1J Hi Y Cabaniss of Evans ville is visiting Mrs C G Layne ofS6e near the city office over Dr E N Fruit Dentist Mrs A G Warfield of St Bethler City Bank Hopkinsville Ky hem Tenn is visiting relatives in the A Prominent Minister The people of Crofton have secur- city this week Rev T R Kendall pastor Grace ed the services of Prof Wm Robin Mr T F Belote left for Decatur son of this city to conduct the acad- Ills Wednesday where he will re- M E Church Atlanta Ga says I take pleasure in testifying to the great emy at that place the ensuing session side in future virtue of Kings Royal Germetuer in The school will open Monday Aug Mr J J Jefferson a prominent Ca- Â¬ relieving night sweats resulting from 5 diz merchant was in the city yester- the debilitating influence of malaria Buy a nice hammock and keep cool day on business In a severe ordeal through which my from Ed R Bogard LaFayette Ky spent family passed from this oppressive Mr W J Rice of Fredonia From the flattering corn prospects two days of this week in the city at- Â¬ affliction I found Germetuer to be an Allan M Wallis is considering the tending the tobacco sales immediate specific Have also found v advisability of ordering several car ii a speeay tonic to the digestion and Miss Dais Gardner left Monday most grateful and refreshing remedy loads of step ladders to enable the farmers to reach the ears when they to visit friends in Hardinsburg in the heated season when suffering Bardstown and Indianopolis Ind from relaxation and general debilitv are ready to be pulled Judse M D Brown has returned New package large bottle 108 doses Dr A P Campbell has rt mmed SI For sale bv R C Hardwiolr his practice and also has secured the from a trip to Fulton and Hickman ho nad been attending court A good drenching rain of several right to extract teeth by the painless where for several days process o Ulnce over Uassett hours duration fell Wednesday and in- Mrs Jas Utterback has returned to euicvi The Hopkinsville Hamlets and the her home in Paducah after a visit of It was me uueatincorn crop ior years needed this vicinity though Henderson Dukes colored ball teams several weeks to her parents Mr and it will again retard wheat threshing played at Athletic park in this city Yancey Monday and Tuesday The Hamlets Mrs J W Ex Collector John Feland has rewon both games Score 9 to 3 and 24 to 9 Large crowds witnessed turned to this city from Owensboro and will move his family here in a both games few days to live Croquet sets from 75c to S3 00 at MiBs Maggie Bradshaw of PemEdRtBogards LaFavette Kv broke spent yesterday with Miss LeThere are five prisoners confined in na Pyle She went to Cerulean in the the county jail Three are charged evening to spend some time with robbery one with horse stealing Mrs Nannie Trice who returned ana tue otner wnn nouee breakin last week from a lengthy visit to They are all colore and robbery friends in Virginia left Wednesday and will be held over until the next morning for Mont Eagle to spend the grand jury meets remainder of Bummer WANTED Energetic man or wo Mr and Mrs Polk Cansler and man to sell Mrs Shaeffers splendid daughter Miss Maude Mrs J P new Pan Cake Griddle to families rrowse and daughter miss ixonie in each county in Kentucky It and Misses Alice King and Mattie KNOWLEDGE bakes tiie cake Satisfaction guar- Johnson left for Dawson Tuesday to anteed Send SI for sample and spend the week Brings comfort and improvement and liberal termB References required Miss Etta B Davis the accom- Â¬ tends to personal enjoyment when Address Kv Griddle Co Lexington plished stenographer and type writer rightly used The many who live bet Â¬ Ky ter than others and enjoy life morewith in Judge Joe McCarrolls law office Liquid Dawson wilts at T D Arm- is off on a visit of some weeks to her less expenditure by race promptly kindred in Evansville Union county adapting the worlds bc t product to isteads the needs of physical being will attest and other places the vaiue to health of the pure liquid At Sebree last Saturday afternoon Miss Lindsay a prominent music during a hard rain Dr S J Baker teacher of Cadiz Ky who studied laxative principles embraced in the remedy Svrup of Figs of Madisonville Frank Butler and last summer under celebrated teachIts excellence is due to its presenting Charles Williams of Sebree put on ers in New York is now in Clarksville Â¬ and took a shower taking a thorough course in Masons fn the form most acceptable and pleas their mackintoshes ant to the taste the refreshing and truly bath on the roof of one of the hotels lechnic of Miss Eva Smith Clarks- beneficial properties of at perfect laxÂ¬ Several staid citizens of the metropo- ville Times ative effectually cleansing the system lis of Webster county saw the young dispelling colds headaches and fevers WhyHotYott7 men and swore out warrants against ana permanently curing constipation When thousands of people are tak- Â¬ It has giverf satisfaction t trillions and them charging indecent exposure When the case came up for trial ing Hoods Sarsiparilla to overcome met with the approval of the medical Monday mornimr the charge was the weakness and languor which are profession because it acts on the Kid Â¬ changed to indecent conduct and on bo common at this season why are neys Liver and Bowels without Weak Â¬ this count the defetdants were fined you not doing the samo When you ening them and it is perfectly free from S5 and costs each Dr Baker called know that Hoods Sarsnparilla has overy objectionable substance Syrnp of Figs is tor Bale by all drugÂ¬ at the Journal office to correct any power tq cure rheumatism dyspepsia gists in 50c and 1 bottles but it is man Â¬ falsa impressiori that may have been and all diseases caused by impure created He says his party was bio d why do you continue to suffer ufactured by the California Fig Syrup Co only whose name is printed on every neither boisterous nor indecent They Hoods cures others why not you package also the name Syrup of Figs simply wanted to cool and took a - and being well informed you wilj not Hoods Pills are prompt and efG- accept any substitute if- offered shower bath for that purpose Hen cient 25c v UVIWJU OUUIUM4 I f J w 1 Vll JB Royal germeteur at Armisteads Youve missed a treat if you havent tried Armisteads cream soda water and ices A surprise awaiting you at Wallis grocery The cottage on the corner of Clay and 16th streets now occupied by Dr J W Venable will be for rent in a few days Apply at Kentockun Mr Geo D Hodges spent Wednesday in Nashville Miss Nellie Bottomly of Louisville is visiting friends in the city Miss Bettie Hopper is visiting friends in Louisville this week Mrs M E Rodgers of Henderson is visiting friends in the Pembroke Mrs Geo E Gary is spending some time at Red Boiling Springs Tenn Miss Lela Diueruid is at Trenton this week visiting the family of Mr S F Cox Mr W H Simmons of Greenbrier Tenn attended the tobacco sales this week Miss Nora Anderson of Owensboro is the guest of her sister MrB R C Hard wick Mrs Jas As the date of departure for Old Point draws near the crowd increases at a rapid rate and it now looks as if more people will take advantage of this years trio than ever before Cer- Â¬ tainly the trip is one of the most pleasant and enjoyable that could be taken in the hot month of August and pleasure seekers are not slow to make up their mind about this matter Clarksville Springfiield Paducah Henderson MadisonyHle Owens boro and many other places will fur nish large delegations which will swell the list into the hundreds Those contemplating the trip who have not made Bleeping car arrange Â¬ ments already should apply to T E Bajtley Kentdokian office at once and secure berths as the diagram for the sleeper for the Hopkinsville delegation is now more than half filled Mr C G Layne has purchased the Richard Pattinplaceon East Seventh street paying 3500 for same and will move to liis new home in a few days On next Monday the 29th the local team will meet the Gans base ball -- ARE SOLD- club of Louisville for three gamef This is by long odds the strongest team we have played this season The team is made up of such players as Crom late of theMaysvilleKy club Raump of Lima Ohio Morrisson Ruth Whitman Sheridan and last r but not least Shelly Thompson who is known to many of the lovers of the sport as a first class ball player This iclub will be here for three days Mon day Tuesday and Wednesday of next week The attendance should be large On next Thursday and Friday Aug 1 1st and 2nd we will have the Hen- Â¬ Ti derson ball team with us again This club has been greatly strengthened since here Tast and we have the promise of good games on this visit A H Goodwin It will be remembered that thiB W A- PTool club played two of the best games of ball that have been witnessed on the GOODWIN POOL home diamond this Beason and The local come this time to win team is in first class condition and in Keep the best and Jreshest stock LesBons giTen in Oil and ChlndNjT iajou iiraxrinv in uhhtcosi SMRRJV order to carry a game with them the of Staple and Fancy GroderieB to be Hendersons will have to play ball Uiiose interested Invited to cill found in the city STUPIU at Residence boutn Main at DEATHS g Country Produce handled Opposite Phoenpc Hotel COLORED Main street Morgan An infant of Peter Morgan died in the city Tue day KY Hats Almosttit Ready H Less Cost Than for you At Wallis Mrs v Our stock is new and in style J Sarzedas n Grocery J ILDabney- V i- - I HOPKINSVILLE Etduced Eailroad Pare Persons attending Mineral Springs Camp meeting Kuttawa Ky July 25 to Aug 4th should procure certificates from agent at tho time ticket HOPKINSVILLE KY is bought This when signed by Sec Is the finest Hotel In the South AM modretary at camp meetmc will entitle the holder to return ticket at one third Lights throughout - Rates 2 to 350 perlday fare July 19 1893 Hodges Co Managers M P Molloy Secy Hffiii Latham REXDALE HERD of Berkshire hogs and Southdown sheep Nice lot of year old Bucks and pigs of both sexes now ready for delivery MBKino NewsteadKy Tn Iu Quit Beginning on Saturday t V- 1 lXJ PjJteri s V Business 1 1 r- July 20 and continuing for 90 days I will sell my entire stou of jewelry at i ORIGINAL PRIME COST in order to retire from business on November 1st These goods 18 watches at 9 are first class and standard wares 450 glasses at 50c and everything else Pebble Glasses at 150 in proportion iviy siock emoraces a iuji line of Diamonds Pitip wntphpR ftlnpltR JftWfilrv nnrl Pnrv dAr r2w jBna j4 vjuvua j VJ juii ee ior yourself 7 7 TG I I YATES VZ y i yt V VAJU r ii ifi vopKinmiE T 1r- nrTf kM v